New Zealand edged their way past South Africa in a pulsating 20-18 contest to reach the Rugby World Cup Final last night.
And rightly so, it was a cause for celebration for the Kiwi’s.
Over in South Africa, New Zealander Jeremy Brockie scored as SuperSport United went on to beat Golden Arrows 3-1.
And the striker took the opportunity to pay tribute to his countrymen’s heroic efforts in reaching the final in England – by performing a short Haka-style goal celebration.
You can check it out in the post below.
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Brockie – formerly of Sydney FC and Newcastle Jets – has also enjoyed a spell in the MLS with FC Toronto.
The 28-year-old forward has been capped 47 times by the New Zealand national side – the All Whites – but has only managed to net one goal in that time.
New Zealand will find out later today who they will face in the final as Argentina and Australia battle it out in the other semi-final.