Jones responded by sacrificing the 20-year-old Nick Isiekwe and throwing on the New Zealand-reared Brad Shields for his debut.
His reign began with back-to-back Six Nations triumphs in 2016 and 2017, including a Grand Slam in his first campaign, but Ireland deposed them as champions this year and they suffered defeats against Scotland, France, Ireland and the Barbarians before they set off for a three-Test series against South Africa this month. I'm still waiting for the answer so if anyone can help me out, please help me out.
"It certainly wasn't the start we wanted in our first Test at home and I was anxious, because we had a lot of young players against a very experienced England side", said Erasmus.
If Jones' squad were feeling the pressure after their miserable recent run, they certainly did not show it during a blistering start.
"I wouldn't worry about that. Don't worry about one little conversation about a bottle of red wine in the tunnel".
George added that the players needed to take responsibility for the errors that allowed South Africa to score five tries in Johannesburg.
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Henry Slade supplied an outrageous pass to Brown but the move was all about Ford as he picked out May and with the overlap appearing it was a simple run-in for Daly.
The game had appeared to be all over inside the opening quarter as England stormed into a 24-3 lead thanks to three quick-fire tries from Mike Brown, Elliot Daly and Owen Farrell, all converted by Farrell, plus a monster 61-metre penalty from Daly.
The danger should have been averted but Daly made a mess of gathering Nkosi's grubber and the alert Sharks wing touched down.
Four minutes afterwards, De Klerk kept front-foot ball going for the Boks and Nkosi went over on the other wing after a sharp inside pass from fellow debutant Dyantyi. From being so dominant early on, Jones' men suddenly found themselves 29-27 down at the break.
Will England bounce back in the second Test?
When they did counter through Tom Curry a knock-on ended the attack and their frustration was clear when Mako Vunipola followed through on De Klerk, earning a yellow card.