Up and unders, including the kick offs, smother the smaller players. Intercept try. How SA has been playing over the last few years. Probably planned by Brendan Venter. The more experienced Springboks with the Sharks and their director Smit were very familiar with it because they used it a lot in the 2007 World Cup. Ridiculous that Coetzee clearly didn’t see it coming because it is what international sides try to do with Aplon and co. The variation today was to dare him to run forward and take the chip kicks with big boys approaching. It clearly needed better organisation from the back 3 because individuals weren’t going to counter on their own. However physical rugby and kick and chase may work in SA but it clearly won’t against the All Blacks which is why we can’t beat them so it is a pity the SA Currie Cup winners couldn’t offer anything more than that. Lambie played quite well with a rampant pack in front of him but he has a habit of pushing pressure kicks so if he wants to be Bok flyhalf he needs to be more consistent because he should have put the game away for the Sharks before half time. As for WP, there is a lot of flare but not much composure when things go wrong. Not much sign of tactical nouse to counter a tactic which was unchanged for 80 minutes. The captain seemed over whelmed at the start Couldn’t he see the tactic of not using Elsabeth in the lineouts was going badly awry. Poor scrumhalf play in first half by WP and pity Catrakilis was concussed by that stiff arm. Kaplan was clearly under instructions not to deliver yellow cards under any circumstances even when Bismarck had his neck twisted off.You need a steady pair of halves under those circumstances. Have also thought that de Villiers who must have watched it all happening never seems able to get sides to adapt very well.