It took place in extra-time and had Gardner acted, South Africa would have been given a last-gasp opportunity to win the opening Quilter International.
"New Zealand's a different kettle of fish to the Springboks", said Jones, Australia's coach when they lost the 2003 World Cup final to England in Sydney and a consultant to the 2007 world champion Springboks.
"Tom Curry is off to see the doctor so we'll know more about him today but we're sadly pessimistic about his chances". You'll come in and say ' ah, fantastic, we've got another bloke we can terrorise'.
Frustrated Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus was left to bemoan Farrell's challenge, saying acidly: "If it was all legal - and I didn't have a good look at the replay - we should start tackling like that".
After reviewing footage of the incident, referee Angus Gardner deemed the tackle fair, denying South Africa a kickable penalty to win the game.
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Two Farrell penalties kept England in touch before a long-range Elliot Daly kick gave Jones' men the lead.
South Africa were well on top, but Malcolm Marx let England off the hook with a poor throw from a line-out and Farrell levelled expertly from the tee against the run of play before Itoje returned to the fray.
"So I think the referees are doing a great job".
Jones replied, "I think that's part of preparing for any game".
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"He's had some success against New Zealand in the past, but hopefully he doesn't get any on Saturday".
"You can get cited for something you did at a party when you were 15, anything could happen", he said.
"To win a test match against a good opponent you've got to do your homework and things have to fall your way a little bit".
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