& # 39; Can't stand rugby anymore & # 39 ;: Australian fans stink of & # 39; shameful, embarrassing & # 39; Referee blunders while the Wallabies descend to Wales during the World Cup
- Wallabie's coach and fans have & # 39; shameful & # 39; cited during the World Cup
- Coach Michael Cheika said he was ashamed of a penalty against his team
- Cheika threw the referral during the tournament as being inconsistent
- Fans also hit the referral between Australia and Wales match
Australia's coach, Michael Cheika, launched a furious attack on rugby chefs over crucial referral decisions in the Wallabies game against Wales, which also fans fuming.
Cheika focused on the & # 39; shameful & # 39; making decisions during the heartbreaking loss of Wallabies from 29 to 25 on Sunday evening in Tokyo.
Cheika said he was confused by the interpretations of the & # 39; high tackle framework & # 39; that caused a lot of discussion and different suspensions at the World Cup.
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Coach Michael Cheika from Australia launched a furious attack on rugby chiefs over a crucial decision in the Wallabies game when Samu Kerevi was punished (photo) for high contact
Cheika said he was confused by the interpretations of the & # 39; high tackle framework & # 39; that has caused much discussion and various suspensions at the Rugby World Cup
He said he was ashamed & # 39; for the decision to punish Samu Kerevi at a crucial moment in the match while Australia was seizing momentum.
The colossal center, which was Australia's most effective assault weapon, ran into the Wales' Rhys Patchell flying hall as it hit the line of defense.
Referee Romain Poite referred the tackle to the Television Match Official (TMO) and it was decided that Kerevi had led with his forearm and hit the Welshman on his chest and throat.
As a result, a penalty was awarded to the Welsh team that converted a penalty goal.
Cheika suggested that Kerevi's approach to tackle was remarkably similar to that of Fiji flanker Peceli Yato in the incident that Hodge deserved his ban.
& # 39; It was pretty funny, because I thought I'd seen it before, maybe Reece Hodge was, I'm not sure, & # 39; he said sarcastically.
& # 39; If our player does it, we will be suspended and this time we will be penalized. As a former rugby player I am ashamed of it. As a player I am ashamed of it. & # 39;
Kerevi said that slow motion replays had worked against him because he believed he had done nothing wrong.
Referee Romain Poite (photo) referred the tackle to the Television Match Official (TMO) and it was decided that Kerevi had led with his forearm and slapped the Welshman on his chest and then in his throat
& # 39; I have played with that throughout my career. It is the first time that I have heard that I cannot lead with my arms and punch, "he said.
& # 39; The worrying thing is that if he falls and I keep moving forward, what I would normally do, I could touch his head.
& # 39; What do we do in that split second? … I might as well stop. & # 39;
Rugby Union fans were also stunned by the call.
& # 39; Poor decision making, bad everything. Worst ref-performance since Joubers. Just can't take rugby anymore, & a fan wrote.
& # 39; Yes, I agree with many of you that the referee was horrible about missing two yellow cards, & # 39; another added.
& # 39; Amazing that All Blacks can lead with forearm but no one else, & # 39; a third answered.
Another incident received the fire from Wallaby greats and rugby fans after Gareth Davies from Wales seemed to be sidelined.
Davies ran on a pass from a teammate and ran 50 meters to score.
A statement in which the referee lost the field, news.com.au reported.
& # 39; If you waste five minutes of checking a ball carrier, you should check for an offside, we have not seen enough repetitions to prove that it was an offside, but for me, & # 39 former Wallabies star Stephen Hoiles told news.com.au.
By not checking the video, the referees allowed Wales to take a 15-point lead in the break, a lead that the Wallabies couldn't chase.
& # 39; If our player does it, we will be suspended and this time we will be penalized. As a former rugby player I am ashamed of it. As a player, I'm ashamed of it & # 39 ;, Cheika said
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