England only blames themselves.
Chance or Television Match Official Marius Jonker. Not even all the Blacks. No, the UK lost 16-15 on Twickenham (when in NZ) on Sunday, because the leadership and decision-making disappointed them.
Clive Woodward, former coach who led the UK to the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He disagrees with the view that the performance of Britain is encouraging and defeat has emerged with many bright sides.
Woodward, the BBC "lost the game," he said.
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Orum I don't believe you're coaching England, playing for England is about building the future. About the moment.
"You don't have much chance of defeating All Blacks, and I'd be pretty grumpy if I had a game that I thought was England should win and I'd be Eddie. [England coach Eddie Jones] shoes. "
Woodward does not see Jones as an innocent party in the end. Jones's decision to select Dylan Hartley, the assistant captain in the competition, criticized Owen Farrell for abandoning the first five-eighth to conduct the entire show. Hooker Hartley, if Woodward had doubts, would have turned down a second penalty kick in England 15-13, or had a new challenge that helped New Zealand return to the game.
Woodward said he knew how important it was to shut down games from bitter experiences.
Woodward said, u We said that “create the score Wood. Especially when you play against a high-level opposition like New Zealand, if you have a chance to score, three points will only earn points.
"We have two points, the clock is going down and we have the chance to add three points. [from a penalty] and 18-13 years old. I just made a trial in New Zealand and went for an exit.
"I think it was a big and big mistake. If you score five points, then you score a goal, you score eight points [and] You won the game.
After the referee Jerome Garces went upstairs and went to Jonker, he tried to get out of the offside and get out from Sam Underhill. Some people think that England is very difficult, but it doesn't do its old coaches.
Değil Everyone is leaning towards the underhill experiment or experiment, but for me it was a big mistake not to take the three points at that point, and then with the clock's sagging, not really to achieve the goal of a fall. It's not about building for the future, it's here and now about winning, and I think England should win, etmek Woodward said.
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"These leadership decisions on the playing field during the game are absolutely important, especially when the clock is counted back. They win the World Cup or you lose the World Cup.
"We should be a little better for this, and yesterday the calls were wrong."