New Zealand media report that a Rugby World Cup match between Samoa and South Africa has sold out after the Samoans’ historic 32-23 win over Australia on Sunday.Sport24
The New Zealand Herald quoted a spokeswoman for World Cup organizers as saying demand for tickets to the September 30 match at Auckland’s North Harbour Stadium had increased rapidly since Sunday’s match in Sydney and all tickets had now been sold.
The spokeswoman said “there’s been an increase in demand to Samoa matches since the result. Samoa-Fiji and Samoa-Wales are also both selling really well.”
The Samoa-Springboks match is only the fourth World Cup match to sell out so far after the tournament final and matches between New Zealand and France and France and Canada.