Eddie Jones Turns On BBC Reporter In Strange Outburst

Eddie Jones Turns On BBC Reporter In Strange Outburst

Farrell missed the conversion and Rhys Patchell failed with a long-range penalty for Wales before England launched a concerted assault on the Welsh line. Just after the hour Scott Williams was denied a try after a superb cover tackle in the left corner by Underhill as the Scarlets centre slid in for the try.

With England already two tries to the good thanks to Jonny May, Wales' Gareth Anscombe appeared to have breathed life back into the visitors' challenge in the 23rd minute.

Eddie Jones: "And now you're telling me he's good". It looked like a fair try to me.

In the past World Rugby have admitted in private to coaches that the wrong decision was made, but it is very rare for referees or TMOs to respond to questions about their decisions.

"He has one big call to make and unfortunately he's made a bad mistake, and at this level, that's pretty disappointing", Wales coach Warren Gatland said. "Hopefully after the game I can celebrate then". "I just struggle on the wording".

Warren Gatland has tipped England to win the Grand Slam following their controversial victory over Wales.

'I felt some pressure of the ball on the ground, I thought that I got it down but the decision didn't go our way. Guys have got to get those decisions right.

"That's borrowed from another sport and I really hope World Rugby doesn't allow that to creep into the game because it shouldn't be part of the game".

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Meanwhile, May was delighted that England were "finding ways to win" after he ended his wait for a Six Nations try with a double strike in his 12th championship appearance.

The furore over Newman's erroneous call meant the verve and dynamism Wales brought to their second-half performance was partially overlooked but with bonus points secured in each of their opening two games, including last Saturday's crushing defeat of Scotland, Gatland's men will travel to Dublin in optimistic mood.

England piled on the pressure with phase after phase of attack, before Farrell's looping pass to the left found Joe Launchbury and the lock produced a deft offload to find May on his inside.

"The win was built around a lot of courage and a lot of belief in the team", said Jones.

The reporter then tried to turn the discussion onto the Six Nations standings, saying England were on track for three Six Nations titles in a row. And the game only gets more complex.

"They were both totally different tries".

'If I scrum against Jamie George, Alec Hepburn and Harry Williams, they know what we are trying to do, we know what they are trying to do and we end up negating each other.

That gave England breathing space until a late Anscombe penalty but the restart after he made it 12-6 meant they were always pinned back in awful conditions. "I also have to work harder on my kick chase, defence and the rest of my game".