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Rugby World Cup: Wales into semi-finals & South Africa end Japan's World Cup run

BBC Sport Sunday, 20 October 2019
Watch key moments from Wales' thrilling win against France and see South Africa end Japan's dream World Cup run with a 26-3 victory.
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News video: Wales more confident than France ahead of Rugby World Cup quarter final

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