Springboks hammer All Blacks 35-7

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The Springboks secured a historic victory by defeating the All Blacks 35-7, marking New Zealand’s heaviest-ever loss in a Test match.

Playing with 14 men for most of the game after Scott Barrett’s second yellow card, the All Blacks struggled against South Africa’s dominant performance.

The Springboks scored five tries through captain Siya Kolisi, wing Kurt-Lee Arendse, hookers Malcolm Marx and Bongi Mbonambi, and flanker Kwagga Smith.

The loss serves as a warning to other teams ahead of the Rugby World Cup, while South Africa gears up to defend its title in France.

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