Faf and Willie return to boost the Springboks in Paris

Faf and Willie return to boost the Springboks in Paris

The match-defining moment has many wondering about the interpretations of the law.

We will never forget the disco lights and colour-coded boards at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein when Erasmus was in charge of the Cheetahs.

On this occasion Australian referee Angus Gardner decided Farrell made "enough of an effort" with his arms, deeming no punishment was necessary and allowing England to hold on for a 12-11 win.

Farrell was not cited for the tackle and will be available to face the New Zealand All Blacks this weekend.

"Nothing upset me about the tackle".

"To tackle a guy like André and stop him in his tracks is unbelievable".

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"It's good to welcome Faf‚ Willie‚ Cheslin and the others back into the squad‚" said Erasmus. "We will make our decision on Tuesday night".

After arriving in Paris for Saturday's Test against France, the former Bok loose forward followed through on his promise to teach his players to tackle like Farrell.

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

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.

The hot topic since the completion of the match against has been around the Owen Farrell tackle on Andre Esterhuizen.

Many similar instances, though, have resulted in penalties and cards.

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