Inside South Africa dressing room as hero Faf De Klerk gets party started by downing champagne from trophy in his pants

The Sun Sports 1 month ago

SOUTH AFRICA’S rugby heroes wasted no time in getting the party started after winning the World Cup – and that included necking booze in their underwear

The Springboks secured a convincing 32-12 victory over England in Yokohama and quickly got their wild celebrations underway after lifting the famous Webb Ellis trophy.

The Springboks wasted no time in getting the party started
Franco Mostert was quick to get the drinks in as he and his teammates celebrate with pizza and beers
Faf de Klerk swigged champagne from the Webb Ellis Trophy in his pants
Tendai Mtawariraes hoists the Webb Ellis Trophy aloft

One of their biggest heroes, scrum half Faf de Klerk got things underway when, stripped down to his pants, he took a swig of champagne out of the famous cup.

The Springboks last tasted World Cup glory in 2007, and De Klerk’s team-mates were keen to get in on the act.

The 28-year-old is seen passing the trophy around as his pals take turns glugging champagne out of the biggest prize in world rugby.

As music blares out in the dressing room, smiles are plastered across the South African faces as they look to savour the moment on the day that they became national heroes and rugby legends.

Players are seen swigging beers and tucking into pizza as they celebrate becoming champions of the world.

Another clip shows Prince Harry, gracious in defeat, delivering a congratulatory speech to the jubilant Springboks.

Skipper Siya Kolisi made history as he became the first black captain to lift the Webb Ellis Cup.

The momentous occasion comes 24 years after the legendary Nelson Mandela handed Francois Pienaar the very same trophy.

Mandela had been imprisoned for 27 years by the racist regime for campaigning against apartheid.

Faf de Klerk kisses his new friend

And the image of him in a Springboks jersey handing Pienaar the trophy back in 1995 was a significant one for the nation.

Jubilant fans have even urged the triumphant number six to run for president himself after becoming the hero of a nation.

But for now Kolisi, seen dancing in celebration with his teammates, can just celebrate his victory, as his courageous performances and quality on the pitch have earned him legend status in South Africa and in rugby for the rest of time.

Cheslin Kolbe takes a photo inside the dressing room to capture a moment he’ll remember forever
Pieter-Steph du Toit and Duane Vermeulen grin from ear to ear as they celebrate becoming champions of the world

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