"He’s an awesome player. He works hard. Normally when I come on Jesse (Kriel) is there. I was looking forward to playing with Lukhanyo. It was good to get a couple of minutes with him. When Damian came on it was good to play with him too.”
Although the Boks weren’t at their clinical best against Namibia they did enough to walk away with a convincing win.
They met the objectives they had set for themselves and Steyn advised that it is time to get on with it.
“We won but I still think it was a little sloppy. We can improve‚ the ball was slippery in the second half. Really‚ really slippery. We can still get better.
"We won‚ we got the five points. We don’t need 100-0. We got the five points it is a RWC we need to win.
“They forced us into mistakes‚” he said about Namibia.
“We wanted a clinical performance but four guys had not played in a while‚ the ball was slippery and they had not played here.
“It is win. Smile‚ enjoy it and go to work on Monday.”