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Well played Fiji
Discussion started by Stopsy , 09 October, 2019 12:58
Well played Fiji
Stopsy 09 October, 2019 12:58
Really classy offloading all game. Wales tactically inept, reminded me of Tigers last season, kick what ball you get away and don't give any chasers a chance. That said 4 tries well taken and the result that was needed.

Re: Well played Fiji
SK 88 09 October, 2019 13:30
Fiji unlucky Garces gave a penalty against Yato when the ball was loose inside the Wales 22. Said he was off his feet when he made the tackle, but replays clearly show him standing when he starts the tackle.

Wales scored from the field position gained from that decision.

I'm glad Ben Skeen does not TMO matches in Europe. Very much a "low bar interventionist" TMO, any hint of an offence and he is "check check"ing in to break the flow of the game.

Wales clearly the better side and deserved the win, Garces was certainly not biased, just an unfortunate feature of the game that decisions from referees affect games so much so tight games are almost always contentious.

Re: Well played Fiji
Stopsy 09 October, 2019 13:42
He also wasn't reffing in at the side apart from once.

Re: Well played Fiji
Rich W 09 October, 2019 13:58
If only he'd waited until the 82nd minute to blow up for a crooked feed...



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Re: Well played Fiji
Stopsy 09 October, 2019 14:05
The scrums were ridiculous and a lot of squint line outs


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