The former Munster and South African coach was only delighted to see the Springboks defeat the All Blacks on a scoreline of 31 point to 29. The South Africans managed to keep the New Zealanders try less in the entire second half, not many teams can do that. The lead changed hands four times in the final five minutes of the game, it was truly a cracking game of rugby and one badly needed.
— SA Rugby magazine (@SARugbymag) October 3, 2021
The Lions tour this summer in South African was just awful to watch and the lack of fans didn’t help, but above all the style of rugby but sides played. Both teams will now have a short break and head back to their countries, before heading up North to take on the best of the Northern Hemisphere teams.
Games that will be eagerly awaited by rugby fans a like up north and a good tester before the next Rugby World Cup that will be played on French soil in 2023.