There was plenty of happy supporters on Saturday after the Springboks change Mission Impossible to Mission Possible when they beat New Zealand at home 36-34.
It was great to have been part of such a great day in Springbok rugby history with the old enemy New Zealand. It has not come often in the last 20 years which made this such a special test match.
Here are some of the moments people shared after the game….
Some lost a bet….
The Bulls youngster was as exited
The Vodacom U19 Blue Bulls celebrating the Springboks epic 36-34 win over the All Blacks in Wellington before their match against the Cell C U19 Sharks. Congratulations gentlemen. We are proud of you. pic.twitter.com/r2udqr7Xii— Official Blue Bulls (@BlueBullsRugby) September 15, 2018
Some where lucky enough to meet some of the Boks in NZ after the game
#Springboks arriving at hotel after BEATING #AllBlacks #NZLvRSA #RugbyChampionship #Bokke #boks @GwijoSquad @Deme80537610 @Slipcatch @Official_Bozza @TheOldEgg @oldmannato @Oom_Rugby @theyellowcap @SARugbyChick @RugbyGirl411 @Springboks @MotshidisiM @iamSivN @SimonBorchardt 🇿🇦 pic.twitter.com/unyBiPivTD— 🇿🇦BOK Supporters🇿🇦 in NZ & AUS (@BOK_FANS_NZ) September 15, 2018
The there was the commentators that just could not hold their excitement in that final seconds
🛑WARNING🛑— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) September 15, 2018
Once again isiXhosa commentary was BOSS!! It truly captured that moment when the @Springboks won against the All Blacks!!!
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🇿🇦🇿🇦#XhosaCommentaryIsBoss #SSRugby pic.twitter.com/ZuixCCQWIu
Winning teams create heroes and no better hero than Lions wing Aphiwe Dyantyi
All Blacks also gave there congrats to the Boks