Liam Williams Wales vs England: Warren Gatland admits Kyle Sinckler comments came back to bite him

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Wales bossWarren Gatland says thatsometimes you get yourpantspulled downwhen making comments about players.

England propKyle Sinckler returns to the Principality Stadium on Saturdaysix months after Gatland saidemotionally, he can be a bit of a timebombandthere is a challenge sometimes with his temperament.

Gatland made those remarks prior to a Six Nations showdown between the countries in Cardiff that saw Wales triumph 21-13 on their way to a Grand Slam-winning campaign.

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Earlier in that tournament, Sinckler was embroiled in an exchange with Ireland flanker Peter O’Mahony in Dublin, and against France eight days later he was reminded ofrugby’s valuesby match referee Nigel Owens after slapping Les Bleus forward Arthur Iturria on the head.

Sinckler, who is among England’s replacements this weekend, was taken off by head coach Eddie Jones 55 minutes into that Cardiff clash.

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He had conceded two key penalties in quick succession and had an ongoing battle with Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones, although an outstanding overall performance before then was highlighted by him making 16 first-half tackles.

I saw him on Sunday (at Twickenham) and shook his hand,said Gatland, who coached Sinckler on the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand.

I made a couple of comments about him in the Six Nations. I thought he was brilliant and played exceptionally well against us for most of that game.

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