Mike Tindall slams South Africa Springboks team ahead of Rugby World Cup faceoff
Mike Tindall says that South Africa shouldn’t even be in the semifinals of the Rugby World Cup, just one week before their matchup with England. When the two teams faced off in one of the game’s highlights on Sunday, the 45-year-old admitted that he was ardently cheering for France to win against the Springboks.
Tindall is familiar with the prerequisites for winning the Rugby World Cup. The former Gloucester and Bath player retired in 2014 after winning 75 caps for his nation. He was part of the 2003 victorious England team.
It is generally expected that England will lose versus South Africa, even though Steve Borthwick’s squad has won five of their last six games since the competition started.