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Scotland were denied a famous win on South African soil as the Boks roared back from 13 points down to claim victory.
Jason White and Andy Craig touched down to help the Scots to a 12-3 lead before two Louis Koen penalties trimmed their lead. In the second half, Chris Paterson added a third try and, after an hour, the visitors led 25-12.
In the game that saw the debut of the great Juan Smith, Stefan Terblanche (pictured with Smith) scored the Boks' first try and another Koen penalty reduced the gap to six.
Koen added another three points to make it 22-25 as the game entered the final 10 minutes and after the fly-half hit the post with an easy penalty attempt, the chaos that ensued ended with Trevor Halsted going over.
With the home side now leading 29-25, Nathan Hines had the chance to score the winning try in injury time but knocked the ball on over the line and Scottish hearts were left broken.