Erasmus’ Perfect Training Ground Response To Farrell Tackling Technique

Eben Etzebeth injured his ankle against England

A decision to not award South Africa a penalty in the dying minutes of the Test against England on Saturday has raised questions with regards to the laws of the game.

"I think we are getting there, and we are working on how to vary our game so that we can constantly look for opportunities on the field".

In a match that ended in 12-11 win for England, Farrell defended the advance of Esterhuizen, with what many refer to as, a no arms tackle.

It means he will be free to play the All Blacks this weekend.

"Nothing upset me about the tackle".

World Rugby's head of communications, Dominic Rumbles, declined to comment when asked by South Africa's Sport24 if Erasmus would face punishment for the video.

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"The injury is not as bad as we initially thought and we will give Eben time until Tuesday to prove his fitness", said Erasmus.

"Obviously to tackle a guy like André Esterhuizen like that and stop him in his tracks that's unbelievable".

"World Rugby always sets standards and as the Springboks we always make sure we keep up with and follow those standards", said Stick.

Esterhuizen began by hitting the tackle bag low down before Erasmus, in jest, persists to point to the top of the bag and urges his player to use his shoulder more forcefully.

The video was filmed at the end of Monday's training session at the French Olympic High Performance Centre in Paris, which had been closed to media, but a Springboks spokesperson insisted to Sport24 that the footage had not been filmed or disseminated by a team representative.

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