Makazole Mapimpi and Stuart Hogg scored two tries apiece for South Africa and Scotland respectively but Elton Jantjies slotted three penalties with Handre Pollard adding two and Frans Steyn also adding a long-range effort to punish Scotland
Last Updated: 13/11/21 3:05pm
South Africa’s dominance at the set-piece and at the breakdown laid the platform for a convincing 30-15 win over Scotland Murrayfield on Saturday.
South Africa wing Makazole Mapimpi scored two tries but it was the tourists’ forward dominance that laid the platform for a resounding 30-15 victory over Scotland in the autumn international series match at Murrayfield on Saturday.
The Springbok pack put in a powerful performance at the set-piece and breakdown in an impressive show of brute force.
Home captain Stuart Hogg scored two excellent tries to become the country’s joint-top all-time try scorer, while fly-half Finn Russell added a penalty and a conversion but also missed a number of simple shots at goal.
The world champion Boks, who trailed 10-8 at half-time, made it back-to-back wins in the autumn series after defeating Wales last weekend and finish against England at Twickenham next weekend, while Scotland will host Japan.
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