Steve Hansen, former coach of the All blacks was one of those who joined in the criticism of the game of South Africa after Ian Foster, current New Zealand coach said that the games against the British & Irish Lions they were very boring. At a press conference, Jacques Nienaber responded about his statements and was tired of the comments of others.
You have two giant teams and two coaches who have no faith in what can happen if they throw the ball, so they just end up giving each other a beating, “he had stated. Hansen after being consulted after the British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa.
When asked if he was tired of criticism of his team’s tactics, Nienaber He replied: “Yes. To be honest, I didn’t see the comment. With everything that has happened to us and the quarantine things I have not been able to listen to Steve “…” But for me, in terms of playing styles, as I have said in the past, each team has its own team, it has their own abilities and they will have their own unique athletic ability and DNA and will play to their strengths. “
Finally, the Head Coach of South Africa said: “That is the beauty of rugby. They are the different styles and the different ways to win games. Adapt to the game that corresponds depending on who you face. “