South Africa made a last-ditch effort to claim a 16-16 draw against New Zealand in an exciting Wellington match.
Herschel Jantjies, who made two attempts on his debut against Australia last week, landed with the Cheslin Kolb chip in front of Aaron Smith and landed. Handre Pollard added conversions to ensure he finished his team from the competition judi bola online.
This fight could still be a big psychological incentive for South Africa, because the two teams will meet in the opening round of the World Cup in Japan on September 21.
Leading 7-6 at the break kindly gave Jack Goodhue an effort, the hosts looked great for victory until Jantjies’s final intervention.
And although he is pleased with the results, South African coach Rassi Erasmus said his team was “very lucky.”
“The first 35 minutes we played well. In the second half, I think they dominated, except for the last minute,” Erasmus told reporters. “So it’s good enough in a big sense.”
For New Zealand, it can become even more frustrating when star player Brody Retallik is hospitalized with a shoulder injury. Now Retallik faces a race, which will be ready to start the Rugby World Cup in September
All black coach Steve Hansen said he now had to “sit and wait” for news of Retallik, but he gave up, when he saw his team lose victory. finally.
“These last few seconds are a bit difficult to watch, but we make it from a different angle, so sometimes we have to take medicine,” Hansen told reporters.
“But there are enough signs to say that if we continue to work, increase time, improve performance, we will hurt several teams. Therefore, we will not be surprised.”
“We have to find something, we find it, and it’s amazing, and we are quite happy, not so much with performance, but with what we see and where we can go.”