Rugby Union Six Nations: England 12 Wales 6

England'sĀ George Ford under pressureĀ from Shingler in their 12-6 win over Wales on Saturday

Wales full-back Gareth Anscombe saw a try ruled out in the first half at Twickenham three days ago, even though he appeared to edge England defender Anthony Watson to the touchdown.

Following a review, World Rugby said it has "clarified to the Wales team management. that the TMO made an error" and that "Wales should have been awarded a try as the Wales player grounded the ball". World Rugby has got a history of giving retrospective decisions and I don't think it helps support the integrity of the referee.

"When I say respect the referee, that's the TV process as well".

Speaking after the win over Wales, Kildunne said: "The consistency of the game was not always what we thought it would be but I thought we handled it as well as we could do".

Gatland's assistant Rob Howley also claimed Alain Rolland, the former referee who heads up World Rugby's team of elite match officials, has spoken to the Wales camp to admit to the error on behalf of his personnel. If you haven't got the rub of the green, then you know you probably get it in the next couple of games. It was such a big decision in the game. The TMOs do an excellent job.

That quest continues away to Scotland at Murrayfield on February 24.

Jones' squad is made up largely of the same players that have featured in the championship so far this month, with loosehead prop Joe Marler joining Haskell in returning from suspension, while Hughes is included after making his comeback from a two-month knee injury in Wasps' 44-22 victory over Harlequins on Sunday.

Jones, whose England profited from the mistake, said wrong decisions had a way of balancing out and he failed to understand what good could come from any post match admission.

"Georgia were just the sort of scrum we needed to scrum against - strong, scrummed in a different way", said Jones.

"Georgia use their head and shoulders in different ways".

"England have won their first two games, so they are in a good position to potentially go and win the Grand Slam".

Jonny May ran in two tries but every bit as important was the try-saving tackle executed by Sam Underhill on Scott Williams at a point when Warren Gatland's men trailed just 12-6, which became the final score.



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