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Video.  England-South Africa: “White Bastard!”  The England player has accused the South African of racially abusing him during the semi-final

Video. England-South Africa: “White Bastard!” The England player has accused the South African of racially abusing him during the semi-final

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According to The Telegraph newspaper, which has the recording, XV de la Rose Tom Curry's third row was reportedly called a “white cunt” by South African hooker Bongi Mbonambi at the Stade de France on Saturday October 21. World Cup semi-final.

Was XV de la Rose flanker Tom Curry the victim of hooker Bongi Mbonambi's racist taunt during the Rugby World Cup semi-final between England and Argentina (South Africa won 16-15) at the Stade de France on Saturday, October 21? Anyway, that's what he told the referee of the match, New Zealander Ben O'Keefe, during the match. telegram.

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The British newspaper is releasing 22 audio tracks this Sunday. A row occurred in the 23rd minute of the game, England score 9-3. “Sir sir!” asks Tom Curry. If their hunter calls me a white ass, what am I to do?” 'Nothing, please!' Ben O'Keefe replies, “I'll focus on that.”

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Although there is no evidence for Mbonambi's alleged comments, The telegram He noted that the two did not greet each other after the meeting. After the final whistle, British journalists questioned Hooker about the alleged incident. He reportedly replied: “Yes, there was something, but there was no need to talk about it”.

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Springboks attack man Deon Davids was questioned on the matter in a press conference today on Sunday 22nd. He said he was not aware of the alleged incident. “I have no idea,” he said, “I don't know.”

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On the part of World Rugby, there is no comment as long as it is still possible to cite a player, i.e., to drop him for misconduct that has been observed and/or subsequently reported. This window is 36 hours after the meeting.