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Video. Here’s why 2 Englishmen and 1 New Zealander were cited and heavily suspended

All Black Scott Barrett and Englishman Jonny Hill could work alongside World Rugby’s regulatory body. (©Screenshot//Photojet)

This Saturday June 2, 2022 kicked off the summer tour, with several clashes between leaders from the Southern Hemisphere and Northern Hemisphere on the menu. In the early morning, The XV of France dominated in JapanBefore the invasion of the nations of the south, from All Blacks outclass Ireland (46-14), Australia won against England (30-28), South Africa beat Wales (32-29) Finally Argentina beat Scotland (26-18).

During these tough international meetings, Three incidents have escaped the arbitrators New Zealand/Ireland and D’Australia-EnglandBut there can be a value Quotation From World Rugby. Here’s what they are.

1. Johnny Hill (England)

The first target sequence was Freakout and happened before Australian second-row Darcy Swain sent a deliberate headbutt into his English counterpart Johnny Hill. But we may say that the latter was looking for it, and shortly before this incident, a scuffle broke out between the two players and Hill violently chased the wallaby away. His hands on his face, under the eyes of a judge who did not rebuke him. After this gesture, the Exeter player should be cited and allowed heavily. He will miss the rest of the XV de la Rose tour of Australia, while the Wallabies have tried to ease the ban by condemning the British as “a provocation”. Darcy Swain.

2. Scott Barrett (New Zealand)

The second situation points the finger at the All Blacks’ third line Scott Barrett Against Clover’s XV. Approaching his target, the New Zealander was a Dangerous cleaning The latter attempted to loft the ball low by throwing his right shoulder into the face of Irishman Peter O’Mahony. A Illegal fees It could cost the youngest of the Barrett brothers dearly.

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3. Owen Farrell (England)

Finally, the third action mentioned seems more controversial and concerns the center of England. Owen Farrell. Half an hour into the game against Australia, his direct opponent charged Samu KereviPlayer Saracens His engagement A shoulder on the wallaby’s head Try to stop him. According to the UK site RagThe only possible mitigation was that Farrell tried to fold the arm, but he could still be cited in the coming days.

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