Don't make too much of the drop-goal thing - he's never been great at them and made a pretty sensible decision given his current confidence and form to let his captain deal with it. Generally he'd have taken the shot - though he'd probably have missed!
That was a complete abdication of his responsibility, and showed him for the bottling wimp with the backbone of of an amoeba that he is. He didn't even wave his hands and call for the captain to take over, for heaven's sake. He'll never make anything of international rugby if he can't drop goals. [/quins fans]
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