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Eddie Jones brought his England squad crashing back to earth in the wake of their historic victory over New Zealand by stressing they haven’t achieved anything yet.
England will face a repeat of the 2007 Rugby World Cup final in facing South Africa this Saturday, with the Springboks scrapping their way past Wales with a 19-16 victory in Yokohama.
Jones was part of that Springboks coaching set-up that triumphed over England 12 years ago, working under Jake White to triumph in France, and it will be the third time that one of Jones’s teams has made a World Cup final following his 2003 Australia side’s defeat against England.
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It’s for that reason that Jones knows even the incredible 19-7 victory over the All Blacks will stand for nothing if England fail to beat South Africa this weekend.
“We had two-and-a-half years to prepare for this game,” Jones said. “The players weren’t consciously preparing for it, but sub-consciously we were garnering a game to play against New Zealand. It’s a good performance but we’ve got to play better next week.
“We want to be the best in the world and we’re not, so we’re not going to be satisfied until we’re the best in the world.
“It’s a mind-set, it’s the attitude of the players, the messag
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