Meyer to deal with Greyling
South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer has bemoaned his side's lack of discipline following their loss to the All Blacks on Saturday.
The Springboks have struggled to control their tempers throughout the Rugby Championship and were without star lock Eben Etzebeth for the game in Dunedin, after he was banned for two weeks for a headbutt during last Saturday's defeat to Australia.
South Africa once again came close to beating New Zealand, but the game appeared to change when replacement prop Dean Greyling was yellow carded for a forearm smash on New Zealand skipper Ritchie McCaw.
The World Champions then went on to comfortably close out the match 21-11 and Meyer says his side need to take a hard look at themselves after once again blowing a golden opportunity to win.
"I'm very big on discipline and it's unacceptable," said Meyer. "I think it cost us the game as well and I want to apologise to Richie and it will be dealt with in house, but it's unacceptable.
"We're a team that prides ourselves on discipline and we can't afford these things in games."