Finn Russell slammed for 'idiotic' knock-on that cost Scotland against Wales - Ruck

Finn Russell slammed for ‘idiotic’ knock-on that cost Scotland against Wales

Finn Russell was off the pitch at the Principality Stadium when Dan Biggar’s drop goal sent Wales 20-17 ahead with ten minutes to play in the Six Nations match

He was shown a yellow card for what was considered an intentional knock-on. He had led with one hand in an attempt to intercept the ball as Wales attacked.

Branded a ‘liability’ by fans, here’s what they’ve been saying on social media:

SOCIAL REACTION:

A rare more positive point of view.


EDITORS PICKS:

Five big name players whose Six Nations form has dropped off massively

We’ve picked out some of those struggling of late, here are five big name players whose form has dropped off massively:

#1. Louis Rees-Zammit (Wales)

Below par against Ireland and Scotland, the 21-year-old speedster appears to be suffering from a serious case of second season syndrome at the moment. The only act of note against the Scots this weekend came in the first half was when he was manhandled by tiny Darcy Graham when the Scot had no right to score.

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