Controversy in South Africa A – B&I Lions: Erasmus responded to Gatland and published two plays by Farrell


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Controversy in South Africa A - B&I Lions: Erasmus responded to Gatland and published two plays by Farrell

After the British & Irish Lions reaped their first defeat on the tour at the hands of South Africa A 17-13, their coach Warren Gatland spoke at a press conference and referred to the play in which scrum-half Faf de Klerk was booked for a high tackle on Josh Navidi. However, Rassie Erasmus he did not stay with his arms crossed and published on social networks two plays that have the same protagonist: Owen Farrell.

The coach of the European team had declared that he would meet with the match judges to seek clarity on the aforementioned situation, since in his opinion the back should have been sent off.

Due to the statements, Erasmus, South Africa’s Director of Rugby, but who took over the team in the match against the lions, uploaded two maneuvers to his Twitter account in which the English opening collided with one of his leaders.

In the first one, Farrell hit the head of a South African player with his shoulder. On this, the world champion coach wrote that “In the meantime, can you please clarify this! Penalty or play game? We have to be 100% safe and aligned! I can’t agree more”.

Your next tweet he referred to a play in which the ball was not in play and Farrell charged from behind to de Klerk. “If there’s time maybe you could give clarity and alignment on this please. I know it’s been time since the final whistle, but let’s align and establish clarity to be sure.”, published Erasmus.


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