England cheekily snuck in a try courtesy of Charlie Hayter in the 6th minute and the resultant conversion was spot on. But the Bliztbokke were just not going to trail and equalled things a few seconds later when Justin Geduld scored a try and subsequently converted the resultant kick.
Going for the breather at 7-7, there was everything to fight for in the second half.
Like they did in the first, England went ahead barely a few seconds after the match resumed through a converted try by captain Tom Mitchell.
But in the end, it was not enough to deny England a famous 21-14 victory.