Cape Town – sharks coach Robert Du Preez He says that he can not turn a blind eye to the actions of prostitutes Akker van der Merwe after losing the Super Rugby Saturday bulls in Kings Park.
Van der Merwe and hooker Bulls Schalk Brits have both shown the red card in the 57th minute of the match after repeating showed that Van der Merwe had provoked the blow up.
The British, however, answered their blows, and both players were sent.
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It was the most heated of the South African bowlers, and the bulls would continue to qualify for a vital 19-16 victory.
Du Pres, for obvious reasons, was disappointed in the post-match press conference.
"Our statistics ownership in our territory was an outstanding statistics. We have created a lot of opportunities, but in the decisive moments we made a mistake, and that is something that has been paid, "he said.
"These local derby is always going to be tough. In the end, it could go either way.
"Our discipline let us down and that the last battle in the game, we have to survive. In critical moments we made a mistake, and the Bulls capitalized on it. "
At the punch-up, Sharks coach said that there was no place in the game for such behavior.
"This is a tough one. In the heat of these things happen, but we can not ignore that, "he said.
"We have to control yourself better. It's not healthy. "
Du Pres also refused to lay any fault in the theater for the decision, which came at the beginning of the match, which saw the attempt on the field with Makazole Mapimpi banned after it was recognized that the ball just kissed the side.
"It was tough and go, but TMA looked at him a couple of times, and I'm sure he made the right call to that," said Du Preez.
"We did everything to win the game, but to win the game."
Sharks are next in action on Friday night when they travel to Johannesburg to meet with lions.