Australian rugby fans have been in turmoil since Walia winger Isaiah Perez was shown a yellow card for interfering in Saturday night’s friendly against England in Brisbane.
After losing by two points last weekend, the visitors dived 13-0 in the fourth minute at the Suncorp Stadium in England’s No. 8 Billiel.
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England were again on the attack again, with Marcus Smith, the eighth, throwing the ball to Tommy Freeman in the 21st minute.
But Perez intervened, desperately jumping to the right with one outstretched hand and a chance to intercept – annoying Australian fans.
However, after the 25-year-old was shown a yellow card for deliberately knocking, Boo echoed around the venue, leaving the Walias holding 14 people for 10 minutes.
“It’s not clear and deliberate,” said former All Blacks’ Andrew Martens.
“I totally argue with that.”
“I’m not sure what else to do,” continued Tim Horan of Australia.
“There is no movement to knock the ball, he is trying to pull it.
“What we are seeing now is stupidity. There is no common sense for some decisions.”
Star midfielder Owen Farrell converted a free kick to extend the lead to 16-0.
Injured Wallabies winger Andrew Kellaway said: “What should he do? He goes to the ball. I hate being seen as a fan. Only England seems to be happy. ”
Fortunately, the Wolves were able to try before the break.
England returned to the lead in the 1970s, but Australia’s problems worsened in the second half, with the Wolves falling like a fly.
In any case, Australia dropped to five points in the 48th minute without touching the center.
But the following weekend, the Wallabies, who lost 25-17, set up a series of decision-makers in Sydney.
“We want to get out quickly,” said England captain Courtney Laws after an eight-point win.
We had to win. We put the sound first. We were able to stay there. ”
“I think we were our own worst enemies,” Kerevi said. England played brilliantly. They played hard. Glory to them. “
In the past, the Walias have been known to sing the Australian national anthem in Yugambeh in recognition of NAIDOC Week.