Joe Marler's reaction to yellow card went viral, clip has over 1m views - Ruck

Joe Marler’s reaction to yellow card went viral, clip has over 1m views

Joe Marler is undoubtedly one of rugby’s most colourful characters, and he proved it once again during last season’s game between the Leicester Tigers and Harlequins.

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The match was ripe with opportunities for humor, especially with several players, including Mike Brown and Chris Ashton, facing off against their former teammates.

Ashton, in true Chris Ashton fashion, ended his career dramatically by receiving a red card for a high tackle on Caden Murley, which sidelined him for the Tigers’ remaining playoff games.

Not to be outdone, Joe Marler, another of rugby’s notorious figures, received a yellow card in the final moments of the game. Instead of protesting, Marler accepted the card with a grin, entertained the crowd, and even shared a joke with Leicester supporters while leaning on the advertising boards.

Scotland player was banned from Twickenham after scrap with Owen Farrell

England fly-half Owen Farrell is never afraid of sharing an opinion or two – especially when it’s about someone he doesn’t particularly like.

#1. Ryan Wilson

The Scotland back-rower was the instigator in some tunnel argy-bargy when the players returned to the changing rooms after the warm-up back in 2018 with Farrell at the centre.

Footage of the incident shows all hell breaking loose when Farrell barged his way past a number of Scotland players to confront Wilson, who had been attempting to get inside the head of George Ford.

Wilson later revealed he was banned from Twickenham following the incident.

“I remember that game, I was actually injured and after tunnel-gate, after everything that happened in the tunnel against England, I’d lined up a corporate gig at Twickenham,” he recalled to Rugby Pass in November.

“Had it all lined up, a little bit of cash, all excited, only to get a message back saying the RFU have banned you from Twickenham Stadium after everything that happened the year before.”