22.10.2019 01:41 pm
The coach even admitted that he “used to do it” himself but hasn’t done so since 2001.
England's training session ahead of their upcoming Rugby World Cup semi-final was covertly filmed by an unknown sleuth, coach Eddie Jones said Tuesday.
However, he revealed that there was no shouting and screaming at his players at the break to turn the situation around following a lacklustre first 40.
Rassie Erasmus’ troops hardly delivered a vintage performance, but that won’t matter one bit as Japan are eventually outmuscled.
Lock Sebastien Vahaamahina’s cynical red card ruins a contest that saw the French dominate for large periods.
Aaron Smith scores a brace as the defending champions cruise into the last four.
Fears England could come into the match undercooked, after their final pool game against France was washed out by last week’s devastating typhoon, ultimately proved unfounded.
Scarred by Brighton, the Bok lock assures all the team’s defences are up.
Both teams have inspirational skippers … and absolute pocket rockets on the wing.
The New Zealander also says they know exactly what to expect from the Springboks.
Japanese media reported other damage in the incident, including from players punching walls and mirrors and tearing apart a stuffed teddy bear.
Neutrals will be disappointed with a 6-2 split on the bench, but why wouldn’t Rassie Erasmus use his biggest trump card – a great pack – in such an important game?
The world is gunning for the Springboks to fall victim to the host nation, but their grizzled No 8 isn’t worried.
Ironically, one of Brave Blossoms’ South African imports is proving to be one of the best in this regard.
The Springbok winger has underlined his status as one of rugby union’s hottest properties with a couple of scintillating displays in Japan.