The Bulls manage to get to a new low when the Sunwolves beat them on Saturday in Tokyo with a 21-20 win.
The Sunwolves started the match as we have seen them the whole year with ball in hand and puuting pressure on their opponents early one.
The Bulls was caught napping from a kick and Sunwolves quickly moved the ball to the wing and scored the first try of the match to lead the Bulls 5-0.
A penalty gave the Sunwolves another three points before Burger Odendal ran straight through the Sunwolves defence to score the Bulls first try. This gave the Sunwolves a lead of 8-7 after 15 min.
The Sunwolves implemented a good kicking game with the wet field to put the Bulls under pressure and forcing penalty and turnovers.
The two teams struggled to put long enough phases together losing the ball in contact or at crucial times giving away turnovers.
The Sunwolves kept the Bulls out in the last few minutes of the first half and had the lead going into halftime 11-10.
The Bulls started the second half much better but indecision on attack just led to more mistakes and a change for Sunwolves to exit their tewenty two.
The Bulls were the first to put points on the board in the second half with a penalty taking the lead for the first time in the mtch 13-11.
Both teams tried to play a kicking game which did not work and it took the Bulls till the 65 minute to get over the line after a turnover.
This gave them a lead of 20-11.
The Bulls got a controversial yellow card when Serfontein was send off giving the Sunwolves the opertunity to get over for their first try in the second half.
That reduced the score to 20-18 with 10 minutes to go.
The Sunwolves got a penalty over with 7 minutes to go and kept that lead to give the Bulls another loss on tour and their first win of the season.
Sunwolves – Tries: Rahboni Warren Vosayaco, Takaaki Nakazuru. Conversion: Yu Tamura. Penalties: Hayden Cripps (2).
Bulls – Tries: Burger Odendaal, Travis Ismaiel. Conversions: Tian Schoeman (2). Penalties: Schoeman (2), Francois Brummer.