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Simply too many errors from South Africa! Their halfbacks were terrible and their defensive structures even worse. Scrums and lineouts were also a shambles at times. Simply not good enough.
The Springboks' next Rugby Championship Test is against the Wallabies in Pretoria on October 1.
Nog meer vrae oor Bokspan, nog minder antwoorde!— Kobus Wiese (@4KobusWiese) September 17, 2016
Nog meer vrae oor Bokspan, nog minder antwoorde!
#Springboks 42% win ratio so far this year. But worse than that, don't seem to be improving #NZLvRSA #RugbyChampionship— Craig Ray (@craigray11) September 17, 2016
#Springboks 42% win ratio so far this year. But worse than that, don't seem to be improving #NZLvRSA #RugbyChampionship
FULL-TIME: All Blacks 41-13 Springboks
These are dark days for South African rugby, South African sport to be honest...
Well atleast Naas still optimistic,how bad can things get?Its painful to watch!! pic.twitter.com/mCEOR3rfR7— Breyton Paulse (@BreytonPaulse) September 17, 2016
Well atleast Naas still optimistic,how bad can things get?Its painful to watch!! pic.twitter.com/mCEOR3rfR7
77'- Marx's lineout throwing has been atrocious in his debut Test...
Luckily for him, the All Blacks knock on to hand the Boks an attacking scrum inside the red zone...
Quality coaching will breed quality rugby !!!— Andre Joubert (@15Jouba) September 17, 2016
Quality coaching will breed quality rugby !!!
Both Elton and Faf quite wretched for Boks tonight. There can be no sugarcoating that.— Rob Houwing (@RobHouwing) September 17, 2016
Both Elton and Faf quite wretched for Boks tonight. There can be no sugarcoating that.
74'- METRES MADE ON ATTACK
73'- KICKS IN PLAY
Boks have to defend the wide channel given the danger there, which then leaves the inside channel much more vulnerable— Front Row Grunt (@FrontRowGrunt) September 17, 2016
Boks have to defend the wide channel given the danger there, which then leaves the inside channel much more vulnerable
This is where you can see the ABs belief and confidence. We have a looong way to go but glimpses of what I have seen make me feel positive— Andre'-Henri Le Roux (@OllieLeRoux) September 17, 2016
This is where you can see the ABs belief and confidence. We have a looong way to go but glimpses of what I have seen make me feel positive
72'- Bok sub: Adriaanse on for Koch.
Koch conceded two scrum penalties today...
71'- Barrett slots the CONVERSION.
NZ 41-13 SA
70'- TRY to the All Blacks!
TJ Perenara breaks off a scrum and scores. So simple. Faf de Klerk just stands there and lets him run through.
The Rugby Championship: New Zealand v South Africa https://t.co/dMtlpEMLZI pic.twitter.com/PAKibTx621— Gallo Sport (@Gallo_Sport) September 17, 2016
The Rugby Championship: New Zealand v South Africa https://t.co/dMtlpEMLZI pic.twitter.com/PAKibTx621
Official crowd: 20,826 #NZLvRSA #RugbyChampionship pic.twitter.com/igZRZnLzA9— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) September 17, 2016
Official crowd: 20,826 #NZLvRSA #RugbyChampionship pic.twitter.com/igZRZnLzA9
67'- NO TRY!
The ball was passed in-field by an All Black, it then came off Franco Mostert's hands, before the Kiwi scrumhalf dotted it down. But he grounded it on the touch-in-goal-line as well, so the try cannot be awarded.
67'- TMO CALL
Has Perenara dotted down in the corner? George Ayoub must check upstairs.
65'- Barrett misses with his conversion attempt.
NZ 34-13 SA
64'- TRY to the All Blacks!
Sam Whitelock goes over in the corner after some slick handling. It's almost as though the Boks are a man down when the All Blacks swing it wide.
62'- METRES MADE ON ATTACK
Night, Boks.— Rob Houwing (@RobHouwing) September 17, 2016
57'- CONVERSION slotted by Barrett.
NZ 29-13 SA
55'- TRY to the All Blacks!
Ardie Savea scores after taking a pass from scrumhalf Smith, whose sniping break brought play into the Springbok 22m area...
52'- PENALTY slotted by Jantjies.
NZ 22-13 SA
51'- Penalty in range for the Boks as Crotty is caught off-side.
Jantjies will line up a shot, about 35m, 15m in-field.
50'- Bok subs: Alberts on for Mohoje, De Allende on for Goosen.
50'- CONVERSION slotted by Barrett.
NZ 22-10 SA
49'- TRY to the All Blacks.
Ben Smith goes over under the posts. It all started after a weak clearance from Jantjies...
Full time: New Zealand 41-13 South Africa. The final score is 41-13 to New Zealand have a brilliant performance especially in the second half. South Africa only scored 3 points in the second half and never looked like winning. New Zealand scored 6 tries in total.
New Zealand have completely dominated this half, South Africa have score only 3 points in it and New Zealand have pushed their score from 15 to 41 so far.
Lourens Adriaanse concede a penalty for early engagement in the scrum. This has been a game of penalties with New Zealand conceding 10 and South Africa conceding 7.
New Zealand concede another penalty for being caught offside, South Africa don't look like they will score in the remaining few minutes.
Lima Sopoaga concedes another penalty for a high tackle. But New Zealand have a huge lead with 5 minutes remaining in the game.
CONVERSION, NEW ZEALAND, BARRETT! 41-13: Beauden Barrett pushes the lead even further with the conversion and New Zealand lead by 28 points.
TRY, NEW ZEALAND, PERENARA! 39-13: Perenara takes it over the line for New Zealand who score again and this is their 6th try of the game.
South Africa concede another penalty through Vincent Koch for collapsing the scrum.
Another penalty conceded by South Africa, Franco Mostert gives it away for tackling an opponent in the air.
The conversion is missed but New Zealand have a 21 point lead.
TRY, NEW ZEALAND, WHITELOCK! 34-13: Another try, New Zealand just keep attacking and scoring. Good lead up work by Dane Coles who creates the chance and then Sam Whitelock takes the ball over the line for another try.
Vincent Koch concedes a penalty for South Africa for collapsing the scrum.
Dane Coles breaks the line for New Zealand but he is quickly caught the the Springbok defence.
CONVERSION, NEW ZEALAND, BARRETT! 29-13: Barrett kicks the conversion in to add on the extras and that pushes the lead to 16 points.
TRY, NEW ZEALAND, SAVEA! 27-13: Aaron Smith puts in a brilliant run to create the chance and then Ardie Savea takes it over the line for the hosts as they score their 4th try.
PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, JANTJIES! 22-13: First points to South Africa in the second half as Jantjies kicks the penalty goal in and the deficit is brought down to 9 points.
Ryan Crotty is caught offside and that will be a penalty to South Africa.
CONVERSION, NEW ZEALAND, BARRETT! 22-10: Barrett kicks the ball perfectly to add on the extras and New Zealand now have a 12 point lead.
TRY, NEW ZEALAND, SMITH! 20-10: Ardie Savea with the initila set up and then Ben Smith takes the ball over the line. Brilliant try from the All Blacks and they push the lead to 10 points.
The score has not moved in the first 10 minutes of the second half. Both teams are looking to settle in and gain the upper hand.
New Zealand concede another penalty, this time through Dane Coles for early engagement in the scrum.
New Zealand concede a penalty through Ardie Savea for going off his feet in the ruck.
Second half begins.
Half-time: New Zealand 15-10 South Africa. New Zealand hold a 5-point lead going into the half time break. They have scored two tries whereas South Africa have scored one.
PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, JANTJIES! 15-10: Elton Jantjies makes no mistake with the penalty and the deficit is brought down to 5 points.
Brodie Retallick is caught offside of the ruck and that will be another penalty for South Africa.
Sam Whitelock concedes a penalty for foul play. Poor execution from him especially when New Zealand had the possession.
CONVERSION, NEW ZEALAND, BARRETT! 15-7: Barrett adds on the extras and New Zealand extend their lead to 8 points.
TRY, NEW ZEALAND, SAVEA! 13-7: Julian Savea scores his 4th try of the tournament and Springboks missed a few tackles there. Dane Coles takes advantage and sets up the try.
Francois Hougaard goes through the All Black defence to make some good ground for the Springboks.
Francois Louw concedes a penalty for going off his feet in the ruck.
The conversion is missed but New Zealand have a lead of 1 point.
TRY, NEW ZEALAND, DAGG! 8-7: New Zealand win the lead back, Aaron Smith creates a chance and then Israel Dagg takes the ball over the line for the All Blacks.
CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, JANTJIES! 3-7: Jantjies kicks the conversion in to add on the extras and South Africa lead by 4 points.
TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, HABANA! 3-5: Pieter-Steph du Toit with the initial play and then Warren Whiteley passes perfectly to set up the break and Habana carries the ball all the way to score the first try of the game.
New Zealeand give away another penalty, through Ardie Savea for not releasing the ball.
Pieter-Steph du Toit concedes a penalty for being caught offside and that will be another one conceded by South Africa.
New Zealand concede another penalty through Brodie Retallick for joining the ruck incorrectly.
PENALTY, NEW ZEALAND, BARRETT! 3-0: Beauden Barrett kicks an easy penalty and New Zealand score the first points in the game to take the lead.
South Africa concede another penalty, Jantjies is caught offside again.
Another penalty, this time it is South Africa who concede it through Elton Jantjies who is caught offside.
Israel Dagg concedes a penalty for not releasing the ball carrier. First penalty of the game.
Kieran Read goes through the line to make some good ground for New Zealand, but he is quickly caught by the defence.
Kick-off! First half begins.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Rugby Championship clash between New Zealand and South Africa from the AMI Stadium in Christchurch.
New Zealand: 15 Ben Smith 14 Israel Dagg, 13 Malakai Fekitoa, 12 Ryan Crotty, 11 Julian Savea, 10 Beauden Barrett, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Kieran Read (c), 7 Ardie Savea, 6 Jerome Kaino, 5 Samuel Whitelock, 4 Brodie Retallick, 3 Owen Franks, 2 Dane Coles, 1 Joe Moody
South Africa: 15 Johan Goosen, 14 Bryan Habana, 13 Jesse Kriel, 12 Juan de Jongh, 11 Francois Hougaard, 10 Elton Jantjies, 9 Faf de Klerk, 8 Warren Whiteley, 7 Teboho Mohoje, 6 Francois Louw, 5 Pieter-Steph du Toit, 4 Eben Etzebeth, 3 Vincent Koch, 2 Adriaan Strauss, 1 Tendai Mtawarira
New Zealand have made two changes, Ardie Savea comes in for Sam Cane who is injured. Matt Todd comes in as a loose forward. Lima Sopoaga replaces Aaron Cruden on the bench. Cruden is injured.
Pieter-Steph du Toit gets his first start for South Africa in the Championship. Vincent Koch starts at tighthead prop and Willem Alberts and Malcolm Marx come on the bench. Francois Louw will play is 50th test for the Springboks.
Angus Gardiner is the referee today with Pascal Gauzere and Marius Mitrea assisting him. George Ayoub is the TMO.
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