South Africa has hit France with a final guess trial from a game at the end of the game.
The replacement sheriff Mbongeni Mbonami crashed in the 85th minute after Springboks tried to make it unsuccessful for a forward move, but was sentenced because Judge Nigel Owens had played a penalty in Paris on Saturday (Sunday NZ time).
France led 16-9 in half-time after three sentences by Baptiste Serin, a lost goal to Camille Lopez and an attempt to shipwoman Guilhem Guirado, who avoided the tackle of his South African hooker counterpart Malcolm Marx.
The home team made a good break as Mathieu Bastareaud scored through the middle 41 minutes into the game.
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But the Springboks forced back in violation of an attempt to Sibusiso Nkosi and three Handre Pollard sentences.
Serins started with France still having a four-point lead last-minute, but their discipline proved expensive because they awarded a penalty and found themselves in front of a lineout 5m from their line.
Eventually, the pressure told me.
THERE WILL BE MORE COMING