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Rassie Erasmus' complaints about the refereeing in the British and Irish Lions series opener have been called a "side-show" by the tourists while Rugby Australia deemed it "unacceptable".
The Springboks boss posted an unprecedented hour-long video monologue online critiquing Australian referee Nic Berry's work in the first Test.
A Rugby Australia statement condemned Erasmus' actions.
Forwards coach Robin McBryde said the Lions were "really happy" with Berry.
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In the video Erasmus said he recorded it in the hope that South Africa would get an "equal chance" in Saturday's second Test, which will be refereed by New Zealand's Ben O'Keeffe, after losing the first.
"We're aware there's a lot of stuff out there on social media but that's not going to affect anything," McBryde continued.
"That's just a side show. Everybody realises they [referees] have got a tough job to do.
"We were really happy with Nic Berry last Saturday and I don't think it is going to be any different this weekend."
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