England Edge Past Wales As Try Controversially Disallowed
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Was it a try?
England made it two wins from two this evening in the Six Nations with a narrow 12-6 win over rivals Wales at Twickenham Stadium.
Jonny May’s two tries proved to be enough for Eddie Jones’ men, who are still on course to win an unprecedented third title in-a-row. They join Ireland as the only two team yet to be beaten in the competition this year.
Things however, could have been a lot different had the TMO chosen to award a try to Wales in the first-half. Gareth Anscombe appeared to have beaten Anthony Watson to the ball, but the TMO judged that the England winger touched it down first.
Sam Underhill also stopped a certain try for Wales late in the second-half with an incredible tackle on Scott Williams.
Do you think it was a try? Sound off in the comments.