- Mamelodi Sundowns have shown their support to the Springboks
- The soccer team posted a video wishing the Boks good luck
- The boys in green are set to take on England in the final #RWC2019 match
The Springboks not only managed to unite all South Africans, their #RWC2019 performance united sport in Mzansi.
The Mamelodi Sundowns took to their official Twitter account to share a video showing support for the Springboks ahead of the final 2019 Rugby World Cup match.
The video was captioned:
"Good luck @Springboks. Let's bring it home. #StrongerTogether."
South Africans joined The Brazilians in wishing the Boks good luck against the English side on Saturday.
Twitter user, @Qomelide, commented:
"Rassie and the boys should remember that they're not doing this for themselves, but for the sons and daughters of the African soil, black and white."
Another tweep, @KotzeJohann, added:
"We are proud of these men, no matter the outcome! #StrongerTogether. Man I love our captain! Siya is going to lift that trophy!"
President Cyril Ramaphosa has also shown his unwavering support for the South African national rugby team.
Briefly.co.za reported the head of state jetted off to Japan on Thursday to go and support the Springboks in the final match against England.
The match is set to kick off at 11am on Saturday. Go Bokke!
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