Australia found itself on the wrong end of & # 39; of & # 39 decisions; crucial arbitration for the second successive year against England here at Twickenham, and left the head coach & # 39; under their fire Michael Cheika to incur the refusal of & # 39; Jaco Peyper Wallabies try to give a penalty at the end of the first half after another & # 39; Owen Farrell does not work.
Farrell got & # 39; & # 39 away with; his shoulder at the end of this month match against Africa & # 39; South, act meeting & # 39 referees and coaches the week & # 39; after penalties have been concluded. He was penalized Saturday when bumbedja second row & # 39; Australia Izack Rodda on the line & # 39; England try to prevent but the Wallabies, who were going 13-10, argued for a penalty try and a yellow card.
"If the challenge against Africa & # 39; South was worth a penalty, it would be a & # 39; three," said Cheika. "For the referee says that our player to pay Farrell shoulders is ridiculous. I niddeplora that as one of three attempts to rrimednax and do not know why it was not reviewed.
"When we met with the referees after the game & # 39; England against Africa & # 39; South, told us that the challenge & # 39; Farrell should have been a penalty. It already heard about to the referee because it what it is and m & # 39; there is no point. it does not take away the fact that England was the better team and deserved to win. We started too. "
Eddie Jones refused to be drawn on the subject. "Why talk about Michael Cheika me?" Said the English coach. "You may love the television official. Do not think: I accept his decisions."
The victory was the third in & # 39; four & # 39; & # 39 matches; England f & # 39; four & # 39; games this month and the loss to New Zealand was a point after the review has scratched Sam Underhill & # 39; s try five minutes from time. This meant that England finished the year with & # 39; track & # 39; 50% have lost five successive games in & # 39; one point. Its next game is at & # 39; Dublin at the beginning of Six Nations, and led to Jones aims to Ireland. "We are looking forward to it," he said. "You & # 39; is the best team now and you do not win the World Cup. We have to be at our best during the World Cup: m & # 39; there is no drive if going it.
"We had a tough Six Nations and were to collect, that we in Africa & # 39; South in the summer.
"We lost the series but we have achieved unity. This month was a step & # 39; hereinafter, as the Six Nations will be. We will do better at what we do well. It was performance-based -tradizzjonijiet of English rugby, scrum, maul and Lineout, which ppermettewna attack.
"We were without a number of & # 39; players today and developed the competition."
Prop Kyle Sinckler was named man of the match for his presence in iscurring and loose ending an impressive month. He said: "It was a good win, but we are striving for performance & # 39; 80 minutes. If we want to be seen as very good part, we continue all the intensity."