Wales want England match replayed after 'disgraceful' winning try allowed to stand - Ruck

Wales want England match replayed after ‘disgraceful’ winning try allowed to stand

Welsh supporters express their outrage over the contentious decision to allow England center Fraser Dingwall’s crucial try, contributing to the young men in red narrowly falling short at Twickenham.

Similar to the previous week’s match in Rome, England once again trailed at halftime, with Wales securing a penalty try and an Alex Mann score, putting them in a promising position to secure their first victory at Twickenham since 2015.

Fraser Dingwall scored in the corner to drag England to within a point before George Ford’s penalty sealed victory.

Ford made amends for his failure to convert Ben Earl’s first-half try.

Wales fans we’re not happy with the decision to allow England’s winning try.

One fan wrote: “The receiver is even in front as the pass is thrown.”

England fans weren’t impressed with the suggestion that the final pass was forward in the build-up. to Dingwall’s score.

One fan responded: “Doesn’t mean it’s forward. Ball has forward momentum from the player moving forwards. The rule is the passing movement can’t be forwards. See attached snip from rule book.”

A second said: “Flat at worst. And no way you can tell from that angle on that bad an image.”

Another commented: “What is it they say about the welsh rugby team .. they never lose a game ever the opposition just score more points”

Four players Steve Borthwick should drop – and who should replace them for Scotland 

Not everyone left a lasting impression at Twickenham, and four noticeable changes have been proposed for the upcoming clash against Scotland at Murrayfield next weekend.

#1. Fraser Dingwall

Telegraph 5/10: “The try covered a multitude of sins – from George North running straight through him, to not holding his line before passing to Daly.”

Planet Rugby 6/10: “Not a huge carrying threat but a smart operator. Took his try well and is a good distributor on the gain line, although he needs to show more in the rest of the Six Nations.”

Replacement: Ollie Lawrence (If fit)

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