South Africa kept their hopes of moving into the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup well in hand with a 49-3 win over Italy on Friday.
South Africa went into their Pool B match against Italy knowing that a win would keep their hopes of qualifying for the quarterfinals alive.
The Springboks took an impressive winning record into the clash, having lost just once in their previous 14 matches against the Azzurri.
South Africa got the game off to the perfect start, with Cheslin Kolbe scoring the first try of the match inside the opening 5 minutes.
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