Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

All Blacks squeeze past Springboks 25-24 for clean sweep


"I feel sorry for the players".

"Our performances this season have showed that our processes are on track".

File: New Zealand All Blacks vs South Africa Springboks - Auckland, New Zealand - September 16, 2017 New Zealand's Anton Lienert-Brown runs through South African defence.

McKenzie, who has also played on the wing and at flyhalf for the Kiwis, said after Saturday's test he had no preference.

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"When we went in at halftime, it felt like I had just played a game and then we had to stand up and prep for the second half".

The Springbok coach was full of praise for the outstanding efforts of his forwards. It was nice to see lots of the young guys have the courage to do what they did.

He was instrumental on defence and with ball in hand and also won several penalties at the breakdown which got the Springboks out of trouble on countless occasions. Our big boys were enormous today.

"We had them under pressure at times, but you can not give the ball away against New Zealand", Coetzee added.

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Hansen suggested the team were continuing to progress after an extraordinary 2016 when, with a team in transition, they set a record 18-match winning streak before finally tasting defeat to Ireland in Chicago last November.

"They are enjoying their rugby again and want to bring the pride back to the jersey". "We just needed two points".

"A performance like this must give us belief - the players will get confidence from this".

The Rugby Championship is over for another year and as expected, New Zealand have come away with another tournament victory for the second year in succession.

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South Africa have made three changes with Francois Louw moving to number eight to replace the injured Uzair Cassiem and Pieter-Steph du Toit coming in on the flank where Louw played in the 27-27 draw with Australia in Bloemfontein last week.

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