England were fortunate to only be 8-6 down at the break after taking a battering from the South Africaforwards, Farrell on target with two penalties after Maro Itoje was sin-binned.
Jones said: "You can get cited for something you did at a party when you were 15, anything could happen".
Farrell avoiding a citing means England's star playmaker is free to face the All Blacks at Twickenham on Saturday (Sunday NZ time) but his hit on Esterhuizen was the major talking point of an otherwise uneventful test.
There was more drama with the clock red when Farrell clattered into Andre Esterhuizen with what could have been deemed to be a high tackle, but referee Angus Gardner saw nothing untoward after taking another look and England were able to celebrate a battling victory.
"I've got no idea what can happen", the Australian added.
World Rugby said there were no citings arising from the test following reviews, or from the Wales-Scotland and Ireland-Italy matches on Saturday.
'So you'll probably find people that are close to those players and family that might support it, then you'd have others with a different view on players jumping into a national team from another country so quickly. We're a bloody good team.
He said: "We know they're going to have an ideal preparation for the game; they'll be up for the game".
"I just think the game is getting more intense". Because you want to sack me? If I stay long enough, you're going to get me sacked.
He said: "To beat the New Zealanders you've got to be unbelievably disciplined".
England have not played reigning world champions New Zealand since 2014 and next week's showdown has been eagerly anticipated ahead of next year's World Cup in Japan. It was a good Test match game of rugby today.
Riyadh has accused the Houthi rebel group of serving as a proxy force for Iran, Saudi Arabia's arch foe in the region. Yemen's government said on Thursday it was ready to re-start peace talks with Houthi rebels.
After the news of Baldwin's arrest broke out, President Trump said: " I wish him luck " when reporters asked, NBC reported . The 30 Rock sitcom star was taken into custody shortly before 2pm local time (6pm GMT) in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.
Facebook may not have been aware of this situation, as the message data was alleged to have been stolen via a browser extension . Independent cyber experts have confirmed the news website that browser extensions were indeed responsible for the data leak .
Turkey says. the Saudi journalist who was murdered in Istanbul was immediately strangled as he entered the Saudi consulate. A well-known critic of the Saudi authorities, the journalist Jamal Khashoggi went missing on 2 October.
Gas flares from an oil production platform at the Soroush oil fields in the Persian Gulf, south of the capital Tehran . Iran is heavily dependent on its exports of oil, and renewed sanctions, if effective, would hit the economy hard.
The two Muslim women who pressed charges denied they quarrelled with her, saying her outbursts against Islam were unprovoked. The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan addressed the nation earlier about the Court's verdict on Aasia Bibi's case.
At least five fighters will be added to the game , with each one available together with a new stage and new music for £5.39. Ultimate , the company announced that both Ken from Street Fighter and Incineroar from Pokemon will be joining the roster.
E-commerce giant Amazon may split its second headquarters between two cities, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. MA economic development secretary Jay Ash said Saturday his office has not been in recent contact with Amazon.
He added: "In the past few months our people have faced hard times and it's possible that the next few months will be hard ". Earlier, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the punitive Iranian sanctions would return on Monday, November 5.
Trump administration officially restores Iran sanctions
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday, "Starting today, Iran will have zero oil revenue to spend on any of these things". We are confronting a bullying enemy. "The maximum pressure exerted by the United States is only going to mount from here".
Nigerian army posts Trump video to justify deadly fire
Trump said in a speech on Thursday that rocks thrown by migrants on the US-Mexico border should be considered as firearms. It was an undisguised attempt to use the rhetoric as justification for soldiers' widely-condemned use of lethal force.
New Diablo mobile game is primed for microtransactions
Branding out of its PC origins, the game franchise has since been ported to consoles such as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4. According to Blizzard, the game will be a, "living, breathing, and constantly evolving experience".
India`s 12-member team for the 1st T20I against Windies
Pant is expected to fulfil the wicket-keeping responsibilities while Karthik could take on one of the positions in the outfield. Russell was slated to arrive on November 1 along with other T20 specialists like skipper Carlos Brathwaite.
China bus plunged off bridge after woman attacked driver
Rescue teams, including more than 70 salvage vessels, underwater drones and floating cranes, were sent to the site. In response, the driver takes a hand off the steering wheel and grapples with the woman for a couple of seconds.
U.S. eyes more China tariffs if Trump-Xi meeting fails
Most of those imports are now being charged a 10 percent tariff, which is set to increase to 25 percent at the end of the year. On Monday, Trump repeated his assertion that China was not "not ready" to strike a deal to bring an end to the costly dispute.