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Sunday Oct 21, 2018

Zebo apologises for taunting Ulster player

Zebo apologises for taunting Ulster player

Former Ireland and Racing 92 full back Simon Zebo has apologised after taunting Ulster’s Michael Lowry before scoring a try in the Champions Cup.

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Zebo waved his finger at Lowry as he ran in Racing’s fifth try in the 76th minute to round off a 44-12 win for the French side in the second round of the competition.

After scoring the try, Zebo was approached by referee Nigel Owens who said: “I don’t think you need to do that, so I suggest you apologise.”

Following the match Zebo took to social media to formerly apologise. The 27-year-old signed for Racing 92 from Munster last year on a three-year deal worth a reported €700,000 a year.

Racing now sit top of Pool 4 and in last year’s competition reached the final in Bilbao, losing 15-12 to Leinster.

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