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Kyle Brown (Getty)
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Deodoro - The Deodoro Stadium went from having a carnival atmosphere to being completely empty in a matter of minutes on Wednesday night. 

Spectators from all around the world soaked in four high quality quarter-finals that ended with the Blitzboks beating Australia 22-5, but the 15 000-seater stadium emptied immediately afterwards as supporters plotted their journeys home. 

But a small group of about 10 South African supporters were going nowhere until they had Blitzboks skipper Kyle Brown come on over for a few autographs. 

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