Wales will take on South Africa in the second semi-final of the Rugby World Cup.
Wales fought back to claim a 20-19 victory over a 14 men France team while South Africa defeated Japan 26-3 last night.
Wales flanker, Ross Moriarty's try in the 74th minute of the game gave Wales the edge to book their spot in the semi-finals.
Meanwhile, South Africa scored three tries, two from the winger, Makazole Mapimpi and one from halfback Fak De Klerk as South Africa beat Japan 26-3 to stop Japan's fairy-tale run at the Rugby World Cup.
Japan coach, Jamie Joseph says he is proud of his players and their achievements in the tournament.
The All Blacks will face England at 8pm this Saturday in the first semi-final while Wales will take on South Africa at 9pm this Sunday in the second semi-final.
🗣 "I take my hat off to the team. We're really proud of what we have achieved"— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 20, 2019
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