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Both sides headed off thereafter, having struggled to gain any semblance of control in the Test within a dour first half. The second period started in much the same way, with knock-ons and miscued kicks dictating things, before Biggar levelled the tie six minutes in when the Boks were penalised for going in at the side of a maul.
It was to be South Africa who would notch the opening try, however, when centre De Allende powered to the line past Biggar, Tomos Williams and Owen Watkin after Pollard had sliced into the Wales 22 for the original line-break.
The resulting conversion left things at Having turned down a kickable penalty on the hour mark in search of a try, an exhausting phase Wales attack in the Bok 22 led to another penalty concession by South Africa.
From here, Alun Wyn Jones opted for an attacking scrum rather than simple kick at goal, and it proved inspired.
With the Bok pack pushing hard for a penalty against the head, scrum-half Williams got hands on the ball before shipping it wide through the hands down the left for Adams to score in the corner - levelling Shane Williams' record of six tries at a single World Cup for Wales.
When Leigh Halfpenny fired over a sensational touchline conversion, the Test was level once again at It was Wales who were in possession and probing into the final 10 minutes, but a Rhys Patchell attempted drop-goal from distance fell short, before Bok replacement flanker Francois Louw earned a critical breakdown penalty, which relieved all pressure.
Louw's actions also saw South Africa gain territory courtesy of the penalty kick from hand, and it was via the resultant lineout on the Wales 22, that prop Lewis transgressed at the maul to give Pollard the chance for glory.
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Twickenham Stadium , London , England. International Stadium Yokohama , Yokohama , Japan. World Cup finals Argentina and South America The maul was thwarted but the Welsh went through multiple phases and were eventually awarded another penalty in front of the posts, electing to go for the scrum.
But Rhys Patchell and Pollard both missed with ambitious drop-goal attempts before the latter kicked his crucial fourth penalty to eliminate Wales and set up a final against England on Saturday.
After 21 phases of one-out forwards slogging it forward over a metre of turf 5m out, the Welsh got a penalty, going wide and scoring in the corner through Josh Adams.
What a courageous call followed by clinical execution…gonna be tiiiight! Ballsy decision Wales, immense pressure for the kick. If still tied, 10 minutes of sudden death will be played with the first points deciding the winner.
If it's still tied, the team have a kicking competition, which will see five players have shots from 22m out from in front of the posts as well as 15m each side of the posts as well.
Damian de Allende has scored the first try of the semi-final with a rampaging charge down the left hand side.
It gives the Springboks a lead with 22 minutes still to play and plenty of time for the return of serve — if Wales can hang onto the ball.
De Allende you beauty!!! Despite only being down at half-time, Wales are looking like they have a mountain to climb after tighthead prop Tomas Francis appeared to have popped his shoulder out in a front on tackle.
He is replaced by Dillon Lewis. After 15 minutes, South Africa have scored the first points, with Handre Pollard kicking a penalty to nab a lead.
Wales had the best chance to score with an enterprising play down the left side before two forward passes brought an end to the play. But a minute later, Dan Biggar evened it up at 3-all after 17 minutes with more of a grind between the sides predicted.
An ugly moment from the kickoff saw Wales' Ross Moriarty get his foot stuck on the shoulder of Pieter-Steph du Toit for an awkward fall but South Africa were given the scrum and kicked ahead with another penalty.
The World Cup semi-final between Wales and South Africa is underway after a rousing rendition of their national anthems.
World Cup Final of national anthems. The Boks still had a five-metre attacking scrum in dead time of the first period, and after playing away off it, earned a penalty with Wales offside under the posts.
Captain Kolisi and co declined a shot at goal for what would have been a certain three points in favour of another attacking scrum, and it proved the wrong decision when the Boks were forced backwards and Jenkins ended the half four minutes into the red with a breakdown penalty - concluding a sensational 40 minutes for the flanker individually.
The Springboks began the second half in a similar vein to how they ended the first, attacking with intensity. But when Pollard broke the line to enter the Wales 22, the ball was lost forward when Elton Jantjies went into contact and Marx looked to clean out.
A second Bok fumble in the Wales 22 followed from Du Toit, as South Africa continued to release the proverbial pressure valve off the Welsh.
A scrum penalty against the head on 53 minutes allowed Rassie Erasmus' charges to remain in the right area, however, and when Jantjies kicked to touch, a second penalty followed when Wales collapsed a rolling maul.
Kicking to the corner again, Wales defended the maul legally on this occasion, but it was brief respite when Kriel went over in the corner after a brilliantly incisive Le Roux pass eight phases later.
Pollard missed the conversion to leave the score Jantjies did put three more points onto the South Africa total via a penalty on the hour mark, though, after replacement Thomas du Toit jackaled well over the ball, reducing the gap to three points and setting up a fascinating last quarter.
Justin Tipuric earned a vital breakdown penalty for Wales in the South Africa 22 on 67 minutes, allowing Biggar to kick a fabulous effort which just held its line for Wales' first points of the second half, returning the lead to a six-point one.
With eight minutes left, Biggar kicked three more points off the tee when South Africa played the nine at the ruck after Jon Davies had broken the line to gain territory in the BokA scuffle breaks out between both sides but the referee calms Pokerstars Raab down with the Boks handed the scrum. An ugly moment from the kickoff saw Wales' Ross Moriarty get his Panaslim Active stuck on the shoulder of Pieter-Steph du Toit for an awkward fall but South Africa were given the scrum and kicked ahead with another penalty. Wales get the scrum on halfway.