South Africa centre Lukhanyo Am has replaced injured wing Makazole Mapimpi in their Rugby World Cup squad.
Mapimpi fractured his cheekbone in the Springboks' 49-18 win against Tonga.
South Africa Director of Rugby, Rassie Erasmus says it's sad that something like that happened as it was an accident that caused the injury.
Erasmus says Mapimpi will be out for between four and six weeks.
South Africa have completed their Pool B fixtures and sit top - but could still go out depending on the result between Scotland and Ireland.
Erasmus says if they get to the final, they will definitely fly Mapimpi back to join the the team adding the same goes for the others who got injuries and went back to South Africa.
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