If there was a feeling that South Africa snatched victory in Wellington last month, New Zealand wreaked revenge at Loftus Versfeld with a stunning heist.
"It tells me that if you do a few things right and give a few more caps‚ we will have a chance at the World Cup next year".
But that did not translate to the scoreboard as the teams went into the break at 6-6 after two penalties each, with New Zealand's robust and intelligent defence keeping them in the game.
The world champions came from behind to register a 32-30 win, thanks to a last-gasp try from Ardie Savea, who replaced Cane at openside after the 26-year-old clash with Bok loose forward Francois Louw in the 36th minute. It would stay with his team for a long time, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said.
The All Blacks came from 12 points down late to secure the win and the championship.
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His 1998 team scored three tries in the final 14 minutes to beat John Hart's All Blacks, 24-23, in Durban.
"There are young players who haven't been in a position where they are behind before".
But New Zealand hit back with a typically incisive counter-attack as hooker Codie Taylor burst away and his pass to Smith gave the scrumhalf an easy score.
The Springboks finished second behind the All Blacks in the Rugby Championship standings, but Erasmus is bullish about how the Springboks would potentially shape up next year in Japan.
"You have got to have belief deep down that you can back".
Springboks captain Siya Kolisi said "That's why they're the No. 1 team in the world".