Luke Cowan-Dickie’s action meant that Darcy Graham didn’t have a chance of catching the cross-field kick from Finn Russell himself – England’s forward was the last man.
A penalty try doesn’t need to be converted, instead it’s an instant seven points and the home crowd was rejuvenated.
It’s fair to say it really annoyed England fans.
5 Legitimately Toughest Rugby Players Of The Professional Era
#5. Jerry Collins (New Zealand)
He intimidated with his ferocious tackling and fearsome ball-carrying. If you want evidence of just how hard as nails Collins was, just ask Colin Charvis, who was knocked out cold by one of his tackles in a New Zealand v Wales game.