England vs South Africa - Last 3 Games

England vs South Africa - Last 3 Games

Between 2000 and 2006 Engand had their longest ever winning streak over the Springboks with 7 wins in a row. Noteably the 53-3 win at Twickenham in 2002. Following that the Springboks went on a remarkable 10 year unbeaten run reaching 11 wins and a draw.

Last 3 Games:


November 3 2018: England 12-11 South Africa:

A controversial game that saw the Springboks seemingly robbed at HQ after Owen Farrell's controversial hit on Andre Esterhuizen that ultimately ended the game after the TMO deemed no foul play. The Springboks scored the only try of the game through Sbu Nkosi in a game that was largly controlled by the visitors on the stats front. Mark Wilson bagged the MOTM award with Damian de Allende putting in a strong performance with ball in hand and on defence making 11 of his 12 tackles. 


June 23 2018: South Africa 10-25 England:

England came back after 2 tough games against the Springboks with a good win at a wet Newlands. Jonny May earned MOTM and with both sides just scoring 1 try each and the game ruled by Owen Farrell's boot with his 6 penalties and conversion


June 16 2018: South Africa 23-12 England:

England got off to a fast start, for the second week in a row, but were unable to hold onto their 0-12 lead after 13 minutes and conceded 23 unanswered points through a penalty try, Duane Vermeulen try and Handre Pollards boot. Both sides had a 76% tackle completion for the game 

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