Rugby

Questions about Telea’s winning try remain unanswered

Scotland fans have been left with a bitter taste after giving up a 23-14 point lead to fall to the All Blacks at Murrayfield.

The Scots were hoping for a historic win after the team rallied from a 14-0 deficit to score 23 unanswered points, but it left plenty of chances as numerous turnovers occurred attacking the All Blacks line. .

Scotland had multiple chances to score tries that were lost as the All Blacks’ loose strikers made sure to hold penalties at crucial moments.

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Many Scottish fans felt the turning point was a yellow card for a ‘deliberate’ knockout when Australian Jack Dempsey stuck out an arm to attempt an interception.

Reduced to 14 men, the All Blacks scored two tries while Dempsey was out of the park, including Mark Telea’s second try, which many felt deserved a second look from the TMO with unanswered questions about the defeat.

The try was conceded on the field without a second glance at Telea’s placement, who saw the ball bounce off his chest area as he launched.

Scotland fans felt a second look was necessary, writing that the humiliation was “never in control” and “suspected of punishing”.

After watching a replay of the attempt on the big screen as Jordie Barrett lined up his kick, fans on the ground “screamed blue murder,” according to another fan.

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