England head coach Eddie Jones has played down Saturday's confrontation with South Africa fans after the first Test match at Ellis Park.
The 58-year-old was involved in a spat with the opposition's fans as he made his way down the tunnel after England's 42-39 defeat to the Springboks.
However, Jones dismissed the incident as just "a little conversation about a bottle of wine" in his post-match press conference.
"They have always got plenty to say. I was just asking them where I could get a good bottle of Pinotage," the former Saracens boss told reporters.
"They told me to go find it myself. That's what happened, that's what I asked him.
"I wouldn't worry about that because it was such a great game of rugby."
The defeat to South Africa, which saw Rassie Erasmus's side overturn England's 21-point lead, means that the Red and Whites have lost five international games on the bounce.