The dust is beginning to settle on France’s 30-24 win over Ireland rugby this weekend but a new controversy has emerged following the top of the table clash between the league favourites.
Guinness Six Nations revealed a new camera angle of France’s first try scored by Antoine Dupont and it has since caused an uproar on social media.
This new, previously unseen, camera angle was not shown in the stadium during the clash on Sunday.
The try that this covers was the first of the match as France ran a slickly-executed move down their right flank.
In such a close contest, this really was a pivotal score.
Here is the angle that was posted yesterday.
— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) February 14, 2022
The reaction on social media was swift.
Here are some of the responses from rugby fans yesterday.
A very forward pass – not bitter at all🥴 https://t.co/Q1sNiTUKfI
— Conor Faherty (@conorfahertyy) February 15, 2022
— Keith Mongan (@mongank) February 15, 2022
Forgot you’re playing against the TV Director in Paris too https://t.co/78Y2eHZ7z3
— sam (@smurdawg) February 15, 2022
What do you think?
Should this try have been given?
Let us know what you think.