Jones talks about how to beat All Blacks

Jones talks about how to beat All Blacks

Jones talks about how to beat All Blacks

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". When they win the whole country's buoyant, when they lose GDP falls and unemployment goes up.

"First and foremost, you've got to have some form of relationship that allows you to get on with each other".

Jones also pointed to his win ratio as a former Wallaby coach of 42 per cent against them, as well as the insider knowledge that former All Black player and head coach John Mitchell brings in his new capacity as England defence coach.

However, South Africa, who were without Sale Sharks' Faf de Klerk and Wasps' Willie le Roux, were on the front foot on the off and lead through Pollard's penalty.

England flanker Tom Curry is "highly unlikely" to face New Zealand on Saturday due to an ankle injury, head coach Eddie Jones said on Monday.

That, however, may not be the end of the matter with citing commissioner Keith Brown - who is himself from New Zealand - having 24 hours from Saturday's final whistle to decide if further disciplinary action should be taken. They're the three areas they've improved the most in. 'We varied between the two and we need more consistency'. Because you guys want to sack me, is that why? If I stay long enough, you're going to get me sacked, so you'll be happy.

Trailing by a point with the clock ticking over 80 minutes, the Springboks launched one last attack which was only stopped by a crunching tackle by Farrell on Esterhuizen that resulted in an England turn-over.

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

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

"To beat the New Zealanders you've got to be unbelievably disciplined", he said.

Owen Farrell nailed a superb late penalty as England edged out South Africa 12-11 in a thrilling Test match at Twickenham.

"They're athletic, fast and skilful. It'll be a proper game of rugby".

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