The first one I thought they denied because they claimed the ball went forwards after it was dropped, which I don't believe it did. The second one the TMO claimed that the French player grounded the ball before Louw did. I think that Louw scored the try on the basis of the French player putting a couple fingers on the ball, not grounding it, I was looking for some downward pressure. However, that's all coming from a South African :) »
I believe he is put onside by the advancing French players. Its in much the same way that "injured" players upfield have been put onside by advancing players and then hop up miraculously and rejoin the line.
My only question is why try to do something that dangerous? Running into a player, pulling a leg, and flopping a little will be prevalent, but maybe not so apparent, in every game. If you don't play the ref, you probably won't play very well. However, those are a little more understandable than torquing yourself backwards to land on your head and neck. Don't take a marginal, but ultimately safe tackle, and turn it into something that might end your career. Instead, pull a leg and claim a kick! »