sport news South Africa refuse to blame Covid chaos after defeat against the British and ...

sport news South Africa refuse to blame Covid chaos after defeat against the British and ...
sport news South Africa refuse to blame Covid chaos after defeat against the British and ...
Captain Siya Kolisi and coach Jacques Nienaber claim South Africa CAN'T use their Covid chaos as an 'excuse' for second-half struggles in opening Test defeat against Lions... as Springboks insists they now 'have fire in the bellies' to exact revenge

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South Africa refused to blame Covid chaos for their second-half struggles and defeat in the Lions first Test, saying they now have 'fire in the bellies' for next Saturday.

Up 12-3 at half-time, the Springboks were pipped to the post and now must become only the third side to come from behind to beat the Lions in a Test series after the Australians did it 2001 and New Zealanders in 1930.

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Their captain Siya Kolisi – who with Makazole Mapimpi, Ox Nche and Bongi Mbonambi was in isolation after testing positive for the virus until Monday of this week – said: 'I can't blame Covid for anything, we had a great week of training.

South Africa captain Siya Kolisi cuts a dejected figure after their defeat against the Lions

South Africa captain Siya Kolisi cuts a dejected figure after their defeat against the Lions

'We had some opportunities we couldn't use in the second half and we couldn't get our maul going. They had more

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