Michael Lowry has publically accepted Simon Zebo’s apology following Ulster’s Champions Cup clash with Racing 92.
As Simon Zebo dashed past the 20-year-old to touch down Racing 92’s final try of their 44-12 win over Ulster, he pointed to his Ulster opponent.
Simon Zebo taunts his opponent as he scores 👈
Nigel Owens isn’t impressed 😡
Simon Zebo apologises 🙏
— Watch the Heineken Champions Cup on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) October 20, 2018
Referee Nigel Owens wasn’t impressed and neither was Zebo himself, who explained how he immediately set about making amends.
“I’m still sick about it,” he said. “I had to wait 10 minutes outside the dressing-room to give him my jersey and apologise again.
He then apologised again on Twitter.
Really sorry to Michael Lowry
Got too excited and I don’t do stuff like that as long as I’ve played.
I wouldn’t like my kids doing that and I’m disappointed in myself ..
Made a mistake, not in the spirit of the game..keep up the great work
— Simon Zebo (@SimonZebo) October 20, 2018
The young Ulster star then took to Instagram to publically accepy his apology.
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