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We have had to work hard to bring the team together - the players have been outstanding in their attitude and application.We were rewarded by a good result - not a great performance but a good result. We are moving in the right direction - we are still not sharp and if we want to be the number one team in the world then we have to be sharper. Joe Launchbury reacts to his man of the match performance against the Springboks at Twickenham South Africa had a promising opening quarter as their big men looked to bully England and went into an early 6-0 lead.dddddddddddd However Jones said that was to be expected and was happy with the way his players reacted.We knew the first 20 minutes were going to be the best period of the game for South Africa, added Jones.They are in a lot of pressure at home so they are always going to play with a lot of passion and aggression and they are big men. 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