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In the wake of George North’s controversial try against England, World Rugby has made an immediate law amendment to stipulate that a match will not be able to restart until a player leaving the field for a blood injury or a head injury assessment has been replaced.
North scored in Wales’s 13-6 win on Saturday (Sunday NZT) after Dan Biggar took a penalty as England were waiting to replace Willi Heinz.
Referee Pascal Gauzere, who had just sent England wing Anthony Watson to the sin-bin, allowed Biggar to strike a cross-field kick to Josh Adams while Heinz was making his way to the changing room and Ben Youngs was waiting on the touchline. That left England with just 13 players.
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On the following phase, Biggar struck another cross-field kick to North, who collected to score his 40th test try in the 34th minute. Biggar converted and the seven points eventually pr
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