He claimed there were opportunities for both parties in the high-stress situation.

“To regain our position, score that attempt; it is rejected, and we are given another chance. We gave it everything we had, but it was not meant to be.

“Everyone is devastated. I am equally proud, but we wanted this so badly to win. the readiness to face out against a formidable squad. We made a huge contribution to the dramatic final.”

Foster stood up for Cane, his captain, saying he was a worthy leader of the All Blacks.

“I am immensely happy to be his coach. When that [red card] occurs, it’s going to be a rough day at work, and he’s going to be quite emotional.”

Cane stated he was having a hard time finding the right words to describe how hurt he felt.

“I am incredibly pleased of the team for their ability to rally and give us a chance to win that game. It says a lot about the group in its whole.

It says a great deal about the group as a whole. These guys are amazing; they genuinely care about representing the All Blacks and elevating New Zealand’s standing. Right now, there’s a lot of heartache in the sheds. It’s difficult.”

Cane claimed he was unaware of a problem when he tackled Springbok center Jesse Kriel.

“Now that we’ve been here for two months, anything involving the head has consequences. I’m not here to argue for or against the choice that was made. It is unchangeable.

“Unfortunately, it is something I am going to have to live with forever.”

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