Springbok captain Siya Kolisi says they were their own worst enemies in the 23-18 loss to the Wallabies in Brisbane on Saturday.
Having gone down to the Argentinians in Mendoza, the Boks produced another error-strewn performance against the Wallabies.
Despite going into the break 18-17 ahead, the Boks were camped in their own 22 for most of the second half as they gave away a plethora of silly penalties.
Speaking after the match, Kolisi expressed his frustration with the result.
‘We made far too many errors. We were our own worst enemies.
‘We were stuck in our half for most of the second half. They did well to put pressure on us.
‘We must go and look at the game now,’ he added. ‘It is frustrating to lose like that. We will have to look at where we went wrong and have come back strong next week.’
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