Moz's xxx ratings pretty much duplicated by Rugby Pass

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Aug 11, 2019, 19:47

Willie le Roux – 5/10 A very quiet first half for the fullback particular on attack. Nonetheless, his kicks from the 22 helped South Africa exit quickly – but still a little inconsistent.

14. Cheslin Kolbe – 7 The wing’s presence is always vital, whether on attack or defence his work rate is just impressive. He made 37 metres and eight carries. Also took over the role as scrumhalf during Faf de Klerk’s 10 minutes in the sin bin.

13. Lukhanyo Am – 5 Another player who did not fire on all cylinders. His defensive system was great however hist attacking skills continue to flaw his overall form. The centre made one noteworthy run but nothing spectacular.

12. Damian de Allende – 7 It was one of his better performances in the Springbok jersey. Was a prominent figure in defence as he made some solid tackles which drove the Los Pumas back. Also vital at the breakdown, making a crucial turnover on 48 minutes inside the Boks’ five-metre.

11. Makazole Mapimpi – 6 A nervy start by the wing, his first touched was a knock on but gradually found his feet on attack. He made a few runs and one that stands out it’s his line break in the 62nd minute which eventually led to his try.

10 Handré Pollard – 9 The flyhalf produced a marvellous performance, he truly showed why he is one the best flyhalves in the World. Might have missed a couple of kicks from the tee but he made up for it contributing 31 points, including a brace of tries and five penalties kicks. Also had a hand in Mapimpi’s try.

9. Francois de Klerk – 6 The scrumhalf delivered yet another commanding performance. He was solid in defence however was handed a yellow card.

8. Duane Vermeulen – 7 The captain was brilliant under the high ball, he made sure the Springboks claimed possession from the kickoff which set a perfect platform for the side. He led the troops very well.

7. Pieter-Steph du Toit – 6 Another hard-hitting, relentless 80 minutes for flank. On attack he made 22 meters and nine carries while his defence was a little flawed, missing four tackles of his 11 (not the stats we’re used when it comes to Du Toit). Nonetheless, think everybody is allowed to have an off day – even the tackling machine Du Toit.

6. Kwagga Smith – 5 Not very abrasive and failed to stand out, made a handful of carries but was eventually replaced by Francois Louw after 56 minutes.

5. Franco Mostert – 7 Showed tremendous power when it came to physical battles. His work on attack was just as impressive with his carries tally well into double digits. His defining line break also set up Handre Pollard’s second try.

4 Eben Etzebeth – 7 Another robust and very physical performance. He made all his tackles and on attack, he made solid runs, also made a break in the opening minutes which got the team side the Argentina half.

3. Trevor Nyakane – 7 Fuelled by his fellow front row, the prop was impressive in the scrum he bullied the Pumas’ pack and secured multiple penalties for the Boks. Certainly, made a good case for the No.3 jersey.

2. Mbongeni Mbonambi – 8 His selection over Malcolm Marx had the tongues wagging, however, the hooker showed how effective he can be. His line-out throwing was on point, while his strong carrying ability proved helpfull. The hooker also scored a try.

1. Tendai Mtawarira 7 Solid. The prop was a beast in the scrums and worked all around the field before being replaced by Steven Kitshoff after 45 minutes.

Replacements:

16. Malcolm Marx (45th minute) – 6 Lineout throw-ins have improved. Did not make his signature runs but was good.

17. Steven Kitshoff (45th minute) – 7 Was out to prove himself and he did. He scrummed well and just like the Mtawarir kept the pressure on Los Pumas pack.

18 Frans Malherbe (49th minute) – 5 Fairly okay performance, helped the scrum maintain its dominance, however, he missed two tackles.

19. Rudolph Snyman, (65 minutes) -N/A Not enough time to be rated

20. Francois Louw, (56th minute) – 6 The flank is a menace a the breakdown. He made a crucial turnover, however a little bit too overeager and conceded two penalties.

21. Herschel Jantjies (70th minute) – N/A Not enough time to be rated

22 Frans Steyn (65th minutes) – 6 The centre showed tremendous skills as he made a marvellous pick-up in the build-up of Cheslyn Kolbe’s try in the 67th minute. He can certainly do with more time ahead of the World Cup.

23 Jesse Kriel (58th minute) – 5 Made a noteworthy difference when he entered the field. He was looking for work as he made a few metres and two solid carries.

Aug 11, 2019, 22:05

Mozart

As io thought Rugby {ass has their own stats and they are not in lune with ESPN/ - I stick with the ESPN stats So here they are to correct some of the RP statements:-

Mostert 0/0 0 0/2/11 33 2 2 0 1 16/5 0/0 1 0/0

du Toit 0/1 0 0/4/10 25 3 1 0 0 13/4 0/0 1 0/0

Note the try assists of Du Toit and the missed tackles of both.   

Let me be plain RP is aa journalist site and not a site that has a specific system  and targets insofar as stats are concerned,  Has RP got that same system, - I doubt it very much, 

In any event your report on the tackles will be checked tomorrow and you can be sure my comments will be objective and justified,


Aug 11, 2019, 22:16

No ESPN simply updated their stats on review as you can see from these revised ESPN tackling numbers:

E EtzebethL 1 10 0 0.

F MostertL 1 16 5 0.

K SmithFL 2 12 2 0.

P ToitFL 0 13 4 0.

Aug 12, 2019, 09:30

Mozart runs around crazily to try and find support for his BS postings of the past year and has now turned to Rugby Pass and the totally rugby illiterate AO for support.   Hs other supporter is Pakie - bit he went silen because he was equally exposed as stupid this year.

Have fun - your squirming is recognized for hat it was and one can only hope you learn from the experience of being exposed as a rugby fraud, but your persistence to remain as such is appreciated for the comedy it represents.  LMAO.    ,    

Aug 12, 2019, 14:57

Totally schooled again and Muck goes back to his 'talking points'.

Aug 12, 2019, 15:05

No not schooled but I corrected your lies conclusively about what happened on Saturday.  

Aug 12, 2019, 15:05

No not schooled but I corrected your lies conclusively about what happened on Saturday.  

 
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