England added to the Springbok disappointing year when they beat the them 37-21 on Saturday outscoring them with four tries to two.
It was a very disappointing first half from the Springboks as they went into the break 20-9 with England scoring two first half tries to none of the Springboks.
The midfield defense was yet again as poor as it was the whole year so far with England scoring their first try from the lineout and creating the overlap in the backline.
Both teams went to the boot in the first 20 minutes and trying to play in the others half of the field but it was England that took advantage off some poor play from the Boks.
The Springboks did not look much like scoring in the first half and was kicking too many balls away with no real pressure put on these kicks which gave England enough time to counter or send the ball back into the Springboks half.
England was more direct with their play and on attack in the second part of the half and got their second try turning a ball over deep in their own half. The back three of the Springboks could not control the ball and conceded a second try just before half time.
England quickly extend their lead in the second half when they put huge pressure on the Springboks and found a huge gap again close to the ruck and went over to get into a commanding lead.
The Springboks looked like a team with no plan, no direction and worse of all they looked like they could not keep up with England after 50 min. When England attacked they it looked effortless and when the Springboks went on attack it look disjointed with no real impact.
With England on the front foot the Springboks did manage some good hand speed down the touch line to send Goosen over for their first try of the match.
The rest of the match seemed like the Springboks just went through the motions and no real impact on attack and adding to that they made some ordinary schoolboy errors all over the field on attack and defense.
It even seemed like England was not even close to their best and were able to beat the Springboks with no real effort.
It seems like we just get more questions than answers with every match the Springboks runs out onto the field
Next week it is Italy and then Wales waits for us in two weeks.
Tries: May, Lawes, Ford, Farrell
Cons: Farrell 3
Pens: Farrell 2, Daly
For South Africa:
Tries: Goosen, Le Roux
Pens: Lambie 2
Drop Goal: Lambie