As the old adage goes, this was one small step for man, one giant leap for the Springboks. This was a memorable win for us today.
South Africa team manager, Zola Yeye
I've got time to reflect on the [autumn] matches and I'm not walking away from this... I don't believe I should do. I'm strong in myself and in what we're trying to achieve. I believe we're going in the right direction.
England coach Andy Robinson on the inevitable question over his future
Captaining your country is the best thing you can do. I'll always put my hand up to do it because it's a great honour and I love doing it. We have an appalling record [this year] and we're not hiding from that. The players are devastated with another poor performance.
England captain Martin Corry on the equally inevitable question over his future
Lots of people have opinions and many things will be written over the coming days. The key thing for me is to look at what we're trying to achieve. No defeats are acceptable for English rugby.
Robinson's response to his side's eighth defeat in nine games
We allowed the game to run away through mismanagement.
His somewhat ironic explanation for South Africa's victory
The fact we haven't won at Twickenham since 1997 is a huge psychological boost for us. There is always pressure on the national coaches. I've been there so I can empathise with Andy.
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