LISTEN: The Offload
Last Updated: 22/11/17 9:07pm
Will Greenwood and Rupert Cox discuss the laws of the game and whether or not Australia were hard done by against England.
The Wallabies had two tries disallowed in England's 30-6 victory at Twickenham last weekend, with both being ruled out by the TMO after lengthy deliberation.
First skipper Michael Hooper had his try disallowed when he was deemed to be in front of the kicker when chasing down a kick to score, before Marika Koroibete had his effort scratched off when the TMO deemed Stephen Moore to have blocked Chris Robshaw from making a tackle on the winger.
Asked after the game if he thought decisions had gone against his team, Hooper refused to blame the result on the TMO's calls, but said he thought the Australian scores were legitimate.
"It's hard to judge when you're on the field - everything is happening at a million miles an hour," said Hooper. "We'll go back and review it.
"You always think the ball goes your way, I thought both those tries were probably tries there."
Will Greenwood joined Rupert Cox on Wednesday to discuss the TMO decisions, the laws of the game and more on this week's Offload.