- 17 November 2012, 2:30pm
80 mins:It's all over! The referee has blown his whistle to end the game.
79 mins:Scotland have won 100 rucks so far this game.
79 mins:Marcell Coetzee has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
76 mins:Flip van der Merwe (South Africa) is shown a yellow card.
76 mins:South Africa make a substitution with Schalk Brits coming on.
76 mins:South Africa make a substitution with Adriaan Strauss coming off.
73 mins:South Africa sub Morne Steyn comes onto the field.
73 mins:Patrick Lambie departs for South Africa.
69 mins:Flip van der Merwe comes on for South Africa.
69 mins:Juandre Kruger leaves the field.
68 mins:Ruaridh Jackson comes on.
68 mins:Greig Laidlaw comes off.
68 mins:Dougie Hall comes on.
68 mins:Ross Ford comes off.
68 mins:Geoff Cross comes on.
68 mins:Euan Murray comes off.
67 mins:Scotland have won 80 rucks so far this game.
61 mins:South Africa decide to make a substitution, with Heinke Van der Merwe getting some game time.
61 mins:South Africa decide to make a substitution, with Gurthro Steenkamp being replaced.
60 mins:Jean De Villiers has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
60 mins:Duane Vermeulen has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
59 mins:Eben Etzebeth has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
56 mins:Scotland have won 60 rucks so far this game.
53 mins:South Africa make a substitution with Marcell Coetzee coming on.
53 mins:South Africa make a substitution with Willem Alberts coming off.
52 mins:South Africa sub C. J. van der Linde comes onto the field.
52 mins:Jannie du Plessis departs for South Africa.
51 mins:Greig Laidlaw converts the try.
50 mins:Kelly Brown sets up the try.
50 mins:This is dangerous for the defence as Henry Pyrgos bursts through to advance the Scotland attack.
50 mins:Scotland are only a few metres out, surely they must score! And they do with Henry Pyrgos touching down.
49 mins:Francois Louw has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
47 mins:Henry Pyrgos comes on for Scotland.
47 mins:Mike Blair leaves the field.
46 mins:Patrick Lambie has kicked a conversion.
45 mins:Adriaan Strauss intercepts the pass to race ahead and score the try for South Africa.
45 mins:A gap opened in the defence and Adriaan Strauss took full advantage.
43 mins:South Africa have won 40 rucks so far this game.
40 mins:The second half is underway.
40+1 mins:The half-time whistle blows and both teams? head for the dressing rooms.
37 mins:The defensive line has been broken as Juan De Jongh goes through the gap.
35 mins:Scotland have won 40 rucks so far this game.
31 mins:Patrick Lambie does the business as his penalty goal attempt goes over.
25 mins:Scotland have won 20 rucks so far this game.
24 mins:Greig Laidlaw steps up to take the penalty but pulls it wide and to the left.
23 mins:South Africa have won 20 rucks so far this game.
22 mins:Alastair Kellock comes on.
22 mins:Richie Gray comes off.
21 mins:Patrick Lambie has hooked the conversion to the right of the posts.
20 mins:The South Africa pack has powered over for Adriaan Strauss to score the try.
13 mins:Patrick Lambie makes no mistake with that penalty goal attempt.
9 mins:Greig Laidlaw kicks the penalty.
6 mins:Patrick Lambie has kicked a penalty goal.
We are underway as the referee blows his whistle.
- 17 November 2012, 2:30pm
Adrian Strauss scored two tries for South Africa as the visitors beat Scotland 21-10 in their Test match at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Scotland waited 50 minutes to find their attacking game against South Africa, but a spell of sustained pressure could not overturn a Strauss double at Murrayfield.
The Scots could not cope with a first-half physical barrage and Strauss went over after a maul before intercepting Mike Blair's pass early in the second period to help open up an 18-point lead.
Replacement scrum-half Henry Pyrgos soon crossed for the home side and sparked half an hour of relentless pressure, but the home side missed a series of chances.
Scotland forced a series of short-range penalties but failed to take advantage through a mixture of poor decision-making, some desperate defending and crucial decisions by referee George Clancy.
Andy Robinson's side had enough chances to at least equal the three tries they scored in last weekend's 51-22 defeat by New Zealand, but they had been posted missing as an attacking force throughout the first half, although they were not helped by the loss of Richie Gray to a head injury.
Robinson was expecting a direct threat from South Africa and they did not disappoint in the opening moments with several kicks towards Scotland's left side,.
The visitors chose to kick the ball into touch after an offside offence and looked set to drive over from the resulting maul, but referee Clancy pulled them up for obstruction.
The tourists opened the scoring in the seventh minute when Patrick Lambie kicked a penalty after the Scots were penalised for holding on.
Scotland had barely been within 40 metres of the South Africa line but were level on 10 minutes when Greig Laidlaw kicked a long-range penalty, only for Laidlaw himself to be penalised for offside three minutes later and Lambie made no mistake with the penalty.
Gray took a heavy hit as the South Africa forwards quickly closed him down after a kick over the top and the pressure told in the 21st minute when the Springboks instigated a maul after a four-man lineout and once again drove Scotland back with Strauss touching down.
Gray went off with concussion immediately after the try with Al Kellock coming on. There was some respite for Scotland as Lambie missed the conversion.
Springboks flanker Francis Louw then burst through the home defence and won a penalty from Murray with Lambie dispatching a simple kick to make it 14-3.
A penalty near the halfway line on 33 minutes allowed Scotland to put their opponents under serious threat for the first time as they kicked for a lineout six metres from the try line.
Scotland's forwards exerted severe pressure as they looked for an opening but Clancy controversially penalised Kellock for holding on.
Scotland survived the first wave of South Africa attacks after the break but some slack play at both ends of the park in the 46th minute led to them conceding a second try.
Hogg kicked well into the tourists' 22 but was too easily sidestepped by flanker Willem Alberts after chasing the ball.
South Africa quickly worked the ball back into Scotland's half but Blair had possession under little stress and saw his pass intercepted by Strauss. The hooker quickly got the ball under control and ran 40 metres under the posts.
Blair was replaced by Pyrgos as Lambie converted and he got Scotland back into the game in the 51st minute.
Scotland opted to kick for touch from a penalty and Pyrgos ran in unchecked inside of Kelly Brown to collect the instant pass and cross over.
Scotland soon had South Africa on the rack and were moving the ball quickly but Laidlaw inadvertently relieved the pressure by trying to chip over the top.
The visitors could not break away though and Ruan Pienaar had a kick charged down as Scotland stepped up the pace.
Jim Hamilton was over the line at one stage but was pushed back before he could touch down and Nick De Luca almost broke through as South Africa defended on their line.
Scotland forced a penalty and opted for a lineout but Ross Ford was penalised for not throwing straight, in what looked a marginal decision, and Clancy soon decided Scotland had collapsed the scrum.
Brown's interception ensured the Springboks' respite was brief and Scotland forced another chance after a lineout from a penalty, but substitute Ruaridh Jackson attempted to kick over the try line from 10 metres out and Zane Kirchner comfortably averted the danger.
Again there was no let-up and Flip van der Merwe paid the price for the growing number of infringements when he was shown a yellow card in the 77th minute.
Denton almost went over from the resulting set-piece and Scotland worked a chance on the left wing, but Tim Visser could not hold Jackson's close-range pass and the knock-on was called as De Luca crossed in the corner.