Should this Try have been sent to Video Review? | Whistle Watch with Nigel Owens

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World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Should this Try have been sent to Video Review? | Whistle Watch with Nigel Owens” – below is their description.

The Rugby Championship came to a thrilling end as the Springboks won in the dying stages against New Zealand after the All Blacks scored a try that maybe should have been sent to video review. Whistle Watch as always has your emirates fans questions and Nigel Owens tests his knowledge with w Whistle Watch quiz special.

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