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Watch: Fan Uses PS4 Controller In The Stands Of Ireland U20s Match

Watch: Fan Uses PS4 Controller In The Stands Of Ireland U20s Match
By Mikey Traynor Updated

If you were watching an absolute cracker of a match between Ireland and Wales in the U20 six nation championship, you could have been forgiven for missing a baffling moment that popped up as Ireland prepared to take a second half line-out.

The camera panned in and showed a young fella 'controlling' the players, and he wasn't doing a very good job as Ireland fell short due to an excellent Welsh second half performance.

That's gas.

"The players aren't doing what I'm telling them to do!" is a common complaint in FIFA, we're not sure it applies to actual rugby matches.

UPDATE: Apparently PS4 controllers are sometimes used to record in game stats, which is something completely new to us, so if you have more information on that please let us know. It's still pretty weird.

SEE ALSO: Watch: Ireland U20s Fly Out Of The Blocks With Sublime Rugby For Early Score Against Wales

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