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'Not On' - Simon Zebo Speaks Out Against Abuse From Ulster Crowd

'Not On' - Simon Zebo Speaks Out Against Abuse From Ulster Crowd
By Maurice Brosnan
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Racing 92 and Irish full-back Simon Zebo has responded to the abuse he received while playing against Ulster in Saturday's Champions Cup clash at Kingspan Stadium. The French outfit lost the game 26-22.

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Zebo was loudly booed throughout the game. Last time the sides faced each other, he infuriated Ulster fans when he waved his finger in Michael Lowry's face before scoring a try. He immediately apologised to the Ulster player and the pair made up after that game.

On Saturday, he scored a try midway through the first half before being forced off at half-time due to a leg injury. However, the former Munster man was disappointed at some of the comments he heard.

I hope my ears deceived me with some comments directed my way from the crowd #NotOn Django wins in the end.

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