Rassie Erasmus Trolls World Rugby By Teaching Springbok Owen Farrell Tackle 'Technique'


"Obviously to tackle a guy like André Esterhuizen like that and stop him in his tracks that's unbelievable".

A decision to not award South Africa a penalty in the dying minutes of the Test against England on Saturday has raised questions with regards to the laws of the game.


"We should just do it."

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Erasmus and Springboks defence coach Jacques Nienaber subsequently were filmed on Monday showing Esterhuizen how to execute a tackle similar to that made by Farrell.

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Erasmus proved that he is a man of his word as video footage from Springbok training shows the former Munster coach teaching one of his players the same technique that Owen Farrell used against Esterhuizen. The infamous tackle has the world of rugby divided.

There was a dramatic incident at the end of last weekend's Test between England and South Africa at Twickenham when Australian referee Angus Gardner opted not to award the Springboks a penalty after it appeared as though England flyhalf Farrell had executed a unsafe no-arms tackle on Bok replacement Andre Esterhuizen.

Australian referee Angus Gardner was fine with the tackle and blew the final whistle for a 12-11 defeat for the Boks. "So we'll just have to try and practice that".

"'We should start tackling like that and execute it like that", Erasmus said.