The All Blacks are demanding clarification on the refereeing in the final

The All Blacks are demanding clarification on the refereeing in the final

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Unsatisfied with Wayne Barnes’ performance last Saturday in the defeat to the Springboks at Stade de France, New Zealand has asked World Rugby to explain some of the refereeing decisions.

Outgoing coach Ian Foster said New Zealand had asked rugby’s governing body, World Rugby, to explain some of the refereeing decisions made during the World Cup final defeat to South Africa.

The Springboks’ 12-11 win was marred by four yellow cards, including a red card to All Blacks captain Sam Cane for a high tackle, which left Foster’s side on 14 for more than half the game.

We have sent a number of files to World Rugby for some feedback. Let’s hope they do.

Ian Foster, coach

South Africa captain Siya Kolisi received a yellow card five minutes into the second half for a shoulder-to-shoulder collision with Ardi Savea.

New Zealand were also baffled when Aaron Smith’s attempt was ruled out by the TV referee for a foul on the other side of the field.

We have sent a number of files to World Rugby for some feedback, Foster told New Zealand media with a smirk. Let’s hope they do.»

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Foster declined to comment on sequences of the game that were of particular interest to the All Blacks. “Oh, I think you can guess them“, he declared.

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The final was Foster’s final game as All Blacks coach, with Scott Robertson expected to take over. Back in New Zealand, one of Foster’s final tasks will be to assess the All Blacks’ performance with his staff. Without the players. “It probably won’t happen officially (with the players). It would definitely be me and my staff“, he declared.


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