Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus on Monday called for stability in refereeing decisions after Angus Gardner chose not to penalise the England's Owen Farrell on Saturday following a controversial tackle on Andre Esterhuizen with the clock having already turned red.
"I don't understand this guys. They're the best team in the world and that's exciting for us but in terms of preparation, the preparation's about getting better and that's the same for every Test match we play". We managed to go into half-time to be in a position where we could still win the game and I'm really pleased with the way the players stuck at it. There's parts of the game that they enjoy and you want to take them away from them. Well, you're going to do it at some stage - you know that, you know that. Reflecting on the nailbiting one point win against South Africa, Jones had some bad news regarding Sale flanker Tom Curry who limped off injured against the Boks. 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".
"When you get in those arm wrestles, someone's got to give".
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However, the former Australia and Japan coach was concerned by yet another match where England conceded a raft of penalties, with lock Maro Itoje sin-binned in the first half.
Elliot Daly landed England's other penalty from 50 metres, something he has consistently done for club side Wasps as Eddie Jones' men claimed back-to-back wins against the Springboks.
"To beat the New Zealanders you've got to be unbelievably disciplined", he said.
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"What we've got to do is make sure we play like England, do everything we can to maximise our game, look at areas where New Zealand are weak and see if we can find a way to expose those weaknesses", he told BBC Sport.
The Autumn Internationals citing commissioner had until 5pm local Sunday to cite Farrell and World Rugby confirmed on Sunday evening that no citations had been issued from the weekend's Tests.
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