Sonny Bill Williams and Rieko Ione have sent two special fans away happy, giving their boots to spectators.
After the All Blacks' 40-17 win over Wales, both players headed towards the stands to celebrate with fans.
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Williams gave his boots to a young Japanese fan with a New Zealand flag. The boy's father was wearing a Canterbury Mitre 10 Cup jersey.
At the previous World Cup, Williams made headlines when he gave his World Cup medal away to a young fan, after the boy invaded the pitch to hug his rugby idol.
Ioane's exchange was slightly different, as he gave his boots to a Welsh fan. In return, the Welshman gave Ioane his Wales rugby jersey.
Both exchanges were posted on the Rugby World Cup's social media channels.
After the match, All Blacks and Wales players exchanged jerseys, with the likes of Richie Mo'unga and Ryan Crotty putting their new colours on.
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