Following an emphatic 37-18 victory over Australia, England head coach Eddie Jones refused to be drawn on Owen Farrell’s first-half tackle on Izack Rodda, Sky Sports report.
England ran out comfortable winners in the end at Twickenham, thanks to second-half tries from Elliot Daly, Joe Cokanasiga and Farrell.
The victory concluded England’s winter internationals, adding to their wins over Japan and South Africa, with their only defeat coming against New Zealand.
However, things could have turned out differently for Jones’ side, after Farrell led with his shoulder on Rodda shortly before half-time.
Referee Jaco Peyper declined to punish Farrell, with many, including Sir Clive Woodward, believing the Wallabies should have earned a penalty try, which would have gave them an advantage at the break.
Talking after the game, Jones admitted he has learnt to accept the decisions from the referee.
You guys love the TMO, I don’t. I just accept whatever decision the TMO makes and that is the end of it.
We have had some good decisions, we have had some bad decisions, we just accept them.
Australia coach Michael Cheika on the other hand saw the incident in a different light, admitting the only way his side will get more decisions of the referees is if they ‘move up to the Northern Hemisphere’.