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Flyhalf Foley, who also kicked four penalties, stepped up to nervelessly slot the conversion and give coach Ewen McKenzie his first win over one of the southern hemisphere superpowers since he took over last year.
Ian Bell scored 38 quick runs at the start of the day and nervelessly held a difficult boundary catch under pressure near the end.
The midfield schemer nervelessly converted the winning penalty in the FA Cup semifinal shootout win over Wigan Athletic and then sparked the stunning cup final comeback against Hull by curling in a sumptuous free-kick.
Rosol certainly was in the opener when he secured a crucial break in the ninth game to edge 5-4 ahead and then nervelessly served out the set.
He nervelessly served it out, and in the third set the champion simply could not live with his opponent.
He had been batting more than four and a half hours and faced 221 balls when he swept off spinner Ollie Rayner nervelessly for his 11th four to complete his second first-class hundred.
Munoz had nervelessly holed out to go down the last one up and, once order was restored, halved the last to earn a full point and a two-point winning margin for Europe.
Hooker Andrew Brown and wing Owen Broad went over at the death with replacement fly-half Matthew Jones nervelessly converting both for a famous win.
He was also consistently strong throughout which is no surprise to anyone who had seen him perform so nervelessly in his BDO days.
On the pitch, things started well, with Sexton slotting home nervelessly from just inside the Boks' half after opposite number Morne Steyn fluffed an early drop-goal attempt.
Keen-eyed referee Luis Medina Cantalejo spotted the offence and, after regaining his breath, Alonso converted nervelessly to send Cech the wrong way from the spot.
Ospreys substitute Tommy Bowe scored a breakaway try three minutes into injury time, that fly half James Hook converted nervelessly from the touchline.