"It was exciting and I did my best to stay calm after I scored my first try because it was still early in the game and I needed to remain focused on the job". The two wingers look like they run as fast as Usain Bolt.
"My attention and my energy is in that and I will give everything I have got to do the best I can". We trained that way as well.
"We've got our own sports scientists".
Quick hands released Jonny May down the right wing with Ben Youngs in hot pursuit and several phases later, Brown was given sight of the line and he showed strength to shrug off two tackles and crash over.
Loose forward Kolisi, the 61st captain of the Springboks in their 127-year history, said: "Obviously I was very nervous. luckily the guys have been in situations like that before".
"Coming back from that deficit was great, but it was far from the complete performance‚ and we all know that. The new caps didn't panic".
"We definitely got the home start we wanted. That hasn't happened but we can win 2-1", Gustard said. "We played with a lot of courage but lacked discipline". "It could have gone really badly", he added following the first Test of three against England.
"It certainly wasn't the start we wanted in our first Test at home and I was anxious, because we had a lot of young players against a very experienced England side", Erasmus told South Africa Rugby's official website.
"We are playing against some seriously big men, some athletic guys and we created opportunity for them through ill discipline, poor defence or poor control in attack".
Three uncompromising places for visitors to play, three touring teams bruised and with much to contemplate ahead of the second round of Test matches Saturday.
Apart from getting the win‚ Erasmus also blooded some new talent but the nerve jangling win had other spin offs. We have to learn and build.
He vowed to continue building depth in his squad and was keen to underline the perils that come with it. And we are very happy with our decision to stay in Durban and go up.
However, England's 2003 World Cup-winning coach Clive Woodward told BBC Radio 5 Live: "Something is not right because they are normally very good defensively". We have to put certain guys under pressure. "Especially when they win", Jones said after the match.
"Everybody thought going with Faf (de Klerk) was taking a chance but he was awesome".
Le Roux then turned scorer from a scrum after De Klerk and Pollard, combined with Nkosi keeping his width, provided the platform for him to exploit a large hole in midfield.