WATCH: Bernard Foley After match interview

Wallabies fly-half Bernard Foley interview after Australia’s last gasp loss to New Zealand.

Wallabies fly-half Bernard Foley interview after Australia’s last gasp loss to New Zealand.

Foley was in his run up to kick the ball when the French referee awarded a free kick to the All Blacks.

“We were understanding the lineout call,” Foley later told Stan Sport.

“The ref said time off and he sped it up.

“It’s just disappointing how great a game was and yet we’re talking about the referee.”

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