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Springboks' home All Blacks hoodoo: Pat Lambie believes class of 2022 can end 8-year 'bogey'

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Pat Lambie celebrates after landing the winning penalty against the All Blacks in 2014.
Pat Lambie celebrates after landing the winning penalty against the All Blacks in 2014.
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At the age of 31, former Sharks and Springbok utility back Pat Lambie could and should be talking about being part of South Africa's rugby festivities and not looking from the outside in.

Head injuries put paid to his career at the age of 28, having collected 56 Test caps, but an endearing moment remains with him: The winning kick from the 2014 Test against the All Blacks at Ellis Park.

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