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Boks want clarity on controversial Farrell tackle

06 November 2018, 02:58 | Anna Jefferson

Steven Kitshoff is a'big biltong-eating monster

Steven Kitshoff is a 'big biltong-eating monster'

Frustrated Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus was left to bemoan Farrell's challenge, saying acidly: "If it was all legal - and I didn't have a good look at the replay - we should start tackling like that".

He said: "We know they're going to have an ideal preparation for the game; they'll be up for the game".

"You can get cited for something you did at a party when you were 15, anything could happen", he said.

England were fortunate to only be 8-6 down at the break after taking a battering from the South Africa forwards, Farrell on target with two penalties after Maro Itoje was sin-binned. The action continues on Saturday against New Zealand before clashes against Japan and Australia. Because you want to sack me? Imagine if Theresa May comes out and says: "'We got the result because we hung in there.' I don't think that's going to happen".

However, South Africa kept them pinned in their own half for much of the opening 40 and led through Sibusiso Nkosi's try in the corner less than ten minutes before the break.

England are looking for their first victory against the All Blacks since December 2012.

"If it's not, then don't do it", he added in reference to the hit Farrell executed on Springbok replacement, Andre Esterhuizen.




"When you get in those arm wrestles, someone's got to give".

Jones said, "We're not the Springboks".

New Zealand have won 91 per cent of their games since the 2015 World Cup and former No 10 Dan Carter claimed the current team is better than the 2015 vintage.

Pollard booted South Africa, missing key men with the Test falling outside the official global window, into an early lead after Kyle Sinckler strayed offside and England were a man down with 15 minutes played when Itoje was shown a yellow card.

The England head coach sat down with his senior players on Sunday night to work through the notes they had compiled from their Lions experiences in New Zealand last summer, when the All Blacks were defeated in Wellington and the series drawn. We won't be wearing singlets and running shorts out there.

New Zealand have only lost two of their last 21 Tests, including to South Africa in the recent Rugby Championship.



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