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England's Anthony Watson Has His Doubts About Gary Ringrose's Try

England's Anthony Watson Has His Doubts About Gary Ringrose's Try
By Arthur James O'Dea

At the centre of a vital moment in Saturday's Six Nations clash between Ireland and England, Anthony Watson has hinted that he does not necessarily believe the correct decision was reached as Ireland were awarded their opening try.

What should have been a comfortable-enough catch for Watson after a somewhat speculative kick by Johnny Sexton, Watson appeared to drop the ball under pressure from Rob Kearney; allowing Gary Ringrose in to capitalise and get Ireland off the mark.

Handed a 4/10 by The Telegraph for a performance that "set the tone for a ragged team performance," some people were more firmly in Watson's corner.

Certainly one way of looking at it, Watson appeared happy enough to suggest that he too had his reservations.

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You can watch the incident below and judge for yourself.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLzGN_MvnPI

See Also: Five Things That Need To Happen Between Now And 2019 World Cup

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