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England’s Eddie Jones calls sending-off of Manu Tuilagi ‘absolute rubbish’ - MW


Eddie Jones criticized referee Ben O'Keeffe for sending Manu Tuilagi a dangerous tackle for George North four minutes after his victory over Wales was over, the first time an English player has been sacked In a championship game, describe the decision as absolute junk.

England's head coach often refuses to talk about major referees' decisions, but he made an exception after a match in which England ended two players with support from Ellis Genge in the box. his team's fault was persistently violated when Wales arranged a late game.

Finally 13 against 16, he complained to Jones, when asked who was the 16th, who replied: Please resolve it. I don't usually comment on incidents like this, but I break my rules because I find weird red cards. I don't know how you mean to settle when a man falls after a settlement.

Impersonation Manu climbed to the top to destroy. He absolutely cheats and has no common sense in such situations. Come on. "

Wales head coach Wayne Pivac disagreed, saying it was the right decision. Tuilagi had contacted the head of the North with his right shoulder while the wing near the English road, plunged into the challenge after being manipulated by Henry Slade.

Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones said England was fortunate not to end the match with 12 people as a supporter of Joe Marler - a colleague from the 2017 Lions New Zealand tour , which has been banned. after making an insulting comment to Welsh supporter Samson Lee here in 2016 - took his testicles after Owen Farrell caused the first half of the epidemic.


Jones after 138 tests, I knew that if I answered it was a red card, said Jones. The most painful. I hope World Rugby will take a look at it. Joe is a good guy and there is a lot going on on the football field. It's hard to be a captain because you can't say anything to the referee. I looked at the linesman but he didn't see anything, that's fine. It's frustrating because so many people talk about officials and TV footage, but not so much.

Tuilagi faces a six-week ban, which will not affect England but the Six Nations campaign ended at that time as the weekend match against Italy in Rome was postponed due of the epidemic. transmission of coronavirus. Jones said he was not thinking of reorganization or not, but of the next British test against Japan at Oita this summer.

We have improved throughout the tournament and I think we are a better team than us at the World Cup, he said. I'm very happy with the flexibility we showed before the Wales game and we have a lot of options on offense.

Wales is a tough opponent and Wales fans should be happy with the spirit they show. Wayne Pivac will be hot but he is doing a great job and people have to be good to him.

Wales to miss second Jake Ball, in need of shoulder surgery, for last home game in Scotland at Cardiff on Saturday while Leigh Halfpenny has to drop kick for half an hour after his injury. Knee.

It's an important game for us, said Pivac. The English team made it difficult for us with the defense and they were very strong but we did not make things easier for ourselves. We did not find the right balance and tried to play too much rugby. Our game management was not at its best in the first half, but we went ahead and put the pressure at the end.

MW

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