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Owen Farrell Got Roasted In His Post-Match Interview After Argentina Loss

Owen Farrell Got Roasted In His Post-Match Interview After Argentina Loss
Colman Stanley
By Colman Stanley
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An Owen Farrell captained England side suffered a surprise Autumn Nations Series loss to Argentina yesterday, and pundit Sonja McLaughlan was quick to rub salt into wounds during her post-match interview with Farrell.

After the England centre mentioned that both sides struggled to 'move the ball' on a wet Twickenham pitch, McLaughlan was quick to remind him that Argentina managed to do so in the build-up to their two tries.

Farrell seemed to be both flustered and slightly amused as he was caught off guard with the unexpected line of questioning.

Owen Farrell: "Both teams didn't really move the ball all that well."

Sonja McLaughlan: "Argentina did for their two tries."

Owen Farrell: "Yeh, yeh, yeh, yeh, but...."

In Farrell's defence, Argentina's second try was down to an England error, and did not involve any ball movement from the Argies.


Owen Farrell Gets Flustered


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Head coach Eddie Jones received mountains of criticism on Twitter following his side's loss, with many calling for him to be sacked.


While Jones will be focusing mainly on next year's World Cup, his post-match comments were worrying, as it appeared he was rather lost as to how England were defeated.


"Losing always hurts. It was one of those games, the lead changed a lot.

"You can't put your finger on what went wrong. Structurally we had control of the game but we kept making fundamental mistakes and easy errors.

"We have no excuses, the referee, the pitch was the same for both teams. They got the points at the right time. We lacked cohesion.


"After half-time we were getting our game in place, we were looking fluid in attack but then we made mistakes and we were chasing our tail.

"We made silly mistakes but I like the way the team went about it. We didn't finish well, there was that lack of cohesion.

"It's not good enough - we realise it's not good enough."


SEE ALSO: England Fans Call For Eddie Jones Dismissal After Shocking Argentina Performance

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