Springboks ended the year with another loss on Saturday against Wales with 24-22.
The test started as bad for the Springboks as this tour has been for them with Wales doing all the play and the Springboks not able to stand up in defence.
It was again the last line of defence for the Springboks that was disappointed and could not close down the Wales attack.
Only Coetzee will know what defensive plan they came into this game as the wingers was too close creating space out wide.
This normally happens when you pick players out of position and blame should be on the coach.
The first try came exactly from this system Coetzee put to his players with Gelant to close to the midfield and a simple kick over and Coetzee unable to stop as the last defender.
The second try came from the same play with the Boks to close and a kick over gave them a 14-0 lead.
The Springboks first points came after a penalty and just before halftime Kriel made a break with a kick forward to give Gelant his first try.
The halftime score was 21-10 for Wales.
The second half was much better from the Boks starting with dominance upfront which gave better ball to attack from.
Their second try came after some hard work from the forwards which gave Pollard the space to get over for their second try.
This gave Wales a 21-15 lead only.
The Springboks kept the pressure on with their forwards and played more direct with them to force another try with Kriel powering over in the corner.
This gave the Springboks a 22-21 lead.
The lead changed hands again with Wales kicking a penalty to take the lead 24-22 after 68 min.
Although it was a much better second half still put another loss for the year. Time for change and time to say goodbye to Coetzee and some players in this squad.
Hopefully something will happen now for the good of our game.
Tries: Scott Willams, Hadleigh Parkes (2)
Conversions: Leigh Halfpenny (3)
Tries: Warrick Gelant, Handre Pollard, Jesse Kriel
Conversions: Pollard (2)