The match-defining moment has many wondering about the interpretations of the law.
"To tackle a guy like André and stop him in his tracks is unbelievable".
On this occasion Australian referee Angus Gardner decided Farrell made "enough of an effort" with his arms, deeming no punishment was necessary and allowing England to hold on for a 12-11 win.More news: Sydney Man Who Became Ill After Eating A Slug Passes Away
Farrell is now free to face the All Blacks at Twickenham on Sunday morning (NZT).
However, this week at a training session in Paris, Erasmus was filmed showing Esterhuizen how he should do the Farrell tackle.
After the game, Erasmus said, "Nothing upset me, because if it was legal we just have to latch on a little bit and tackle the same". The infamous tackle has the world of rugby divided.More news: PTV 'accidentally' trolls Imran Khan with an offensive typo
Austin Healey's response to the video made us laugh!
There was a dramatic incident at the end of last weekend's Test between England and South Africa at Twickenham when Australian referee Angus Gardner opted not to award the Springboks a penalty after it appeared as though England flyhalf Farrell had executed a risky no-arms tackle on Bok replacement Andre Esterhuizen.
"It was not worthy of a red card and it was right that World Rugby did not cite the player, but there's not much doubt that it should have been a penalty", Watson said.More news: Marsha Blackburn Prevails in Tennessee Senate Race