"So hopefully we can build on why the first 20 minutes that was so good".
The Springbok team to face England in the second Test in Bloemfontein's Toyota Stadium will be named on Thursday.
Rassie Erasmus. Picture courtesy of Twitter. Tune into Sky Sports Action and Main Event from 3pm on Saturday June 16 to follow the Rose on England's journey to the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Springboks wing S'Busiso Nkosi scored two tries on test debut during the surge to help put South Africa ahead after being way behind and looking ragged.
"Schalk has extensive inside knowledge and plenty of experience from playing for Saracens in the English and European conditions", Erasmus said.
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"It certainly could've gone from bad to worse, but credit to Siya (Kolisi), Duane (Vermeulen), Beast (Mtawarira) and Handre (Pollard), our senior players, for getting us back on track".
"We know we're up against a very good side, a very physical side so it's going to be a challenge for us but one I feel we're ready for".
"When we managed to keep the ball, England were under the same stress we were early in the game".
"We all took charge and told the guys to calm down. The new caps didn't panic". "We want to do something special on this tour and the players are all incredibly excited about this challenge and opportunity we have". "We only scraped through‚" said Erasmus. And Ellis Park - setting for Saturday's Test - is a venue England haven't won at in 46 years.
"If we had lost, it would've created doubt, but it will be a bit easier now to get consistency in selection".