Pearl Thusi's lookalike lady sings National Anthem which leaves South Africans traumatic during South Africa vs Italy Rugby game KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, November 19, 2022

Pearl Thusi's lookalike lady sings National Anthem which leaves South Africans traumatic during South Africa vs Italy Rugby game

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Pearl Thusi's lookalike lady sings National Anthem which leaves South Africans traumatic during South Africa vs Italy Rugby game.

According to information, South Africans began to think it was actually Pearl Thusi who sang the South African national anthem.

Unfortunately, the identity of the woman hasn't been ascertained at the moment of filing the report.

Over 60 points, a winning margin of more than 40, and a first victory of the autumn for South Africa. On paper, it might look as if the Springboks pummelled their Italian counterparts in Genoa, bouncing back to form with the sort of raw, rugged rugby which has become synonymous with their world-champion brand. Paper, however, cannot tell the whole story.

Until an 18-minute blitz beginning just after half-time, the match was as even as any that South Africa had played this autumn. The Springboks took a five-point lead into the half-time interval but they were even fortunate to do that; Italy, off the back of their historic win over Australia in Florence last Saturday, had the Springboks rattled. 

The Azzurri, with 21-year-old Lorenzo Cannone starring at No 8 in front of their magnificent 23-year-old full-back Ange Capuozzo, were the better side in the first half. Make no mistake that the future is bright for Kieran Crowley's side, whose two tries were among the most stylish of the match.

The second half, however, delivered an altogether different Springbok performance. There was more purpose to South Africa, and more bravery, too. And in Willie Le Roux the visitors had the game's pre-eminent play-maker; the full-back rolled back the years to deliver a virtuoso performance. 

Alongside Le Roux, Cheslin Kolbe was the catalyst to the South African second-half bombardment. With just two points between the sides, deep inside the Italy 22, Kolbe burgled centre Luca Morisi from the restart, with the wing gift-wrapped the easiest of finishes after the most elegant of leaps. Kolbe tweaked his hamstring in the act of scoring and was forced to depart, but he could not have left a more suitable gift for his team-mates.

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