- Oct 11, 2010
Can't remember the last time I saw the AB's butcher so many scoring opportunities though..
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I thought I was the only one who heard that, but actually I thought I heard wrong when he confirmed penalty. Then when he said accidental offside, I was like how, when the player himself showed that not to be the caseWorst part being that he confirmed the penalty with the TMO and then reversed and made it a scrum. Ridiculous.
Yep, exactly. And even if it was accidental (which it wasn't), then advantage should have gone to the ABs and play continued, because Lienert-Brown had got the ball and was running again.I thought I was the only one who heard that, but actually I thought I heard wrong when he confirmed penalty. Then when he said accidental offside, I was like how, when the player himself showed that not to be the case
Actually NZ missed the kick.I agree with all the moaning and crying over the ref, how was his shocker in the beginning of the game that gave NZ thier first 3 points, even the NZ commentators said it was a pathetic call.
Wait there is more good news!FFS!
Cape Town - Frenchman Jerome Garces will referee this year's Rugby Championship clash between the Springboks and the All Blacks at Newlands.
Remarkably, there are five matches that will be officiated by French referees while only one - the September clash between Argentina and New Zealand in Buenos Aires - will be refereed by a South African in Jaco Peyper.
The Boks will have another Frenchman, Romain Poite, in charge of their tournament opener against Argentina at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on August 19.
Poite, the controversial referee in charge of this past Saturday's 15-15 draw between the All Blacks and British and Irish Lions, has been given just the one Rugby Championship clash