Edinburgh – skipper of Scotland Greig Laidlaw he met a French referee Romain Poite after Six Nations 22-13 lost the team of Ireland at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Laidlaw Poite knows how well the player plays for the French giants of Clermont.
"Romain Poite us up in the middle of the album, Sean O Brien has sent out the ball and it is brought to the front," said Laidlaw to her; The BBC.
"It does not seem to be ours, Romain. He did not look up against South Africa too and we do not seem to see eyes to his eyes.
"We do not blame it, we look forward to ourselves, and we believe in Ireland."
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Poite is also an expert expert for southern hemisphere teams and Springbok fans are remembered for a & # 39; Bismarck du Plessis hinders the All Blacks in 2013.
Du Plessis sent two yellow cards – and a red card afterwards – for first, a taxi on All Blacks, respectively, Dan Carter and then a loft against Liam Messam during that year's Rugby Championship competitions in Auckland .
All Blacks went on to win their 29-15 game – as a result of her. It has been a great deal of criticism against the French, so much so that the International Rugby Board (IRB) knew as they knew at the time, saying that Poite had declined.
Poite also made a headquarters in 2017 when he changed his allegation to punish him, ending the All Blacks in their test against the British and Irish Lions in Auckland.
At the same time, a Scottish hook Stewart McInally who was more graceful to lose & # 39; praising Ireland for their secret protection.
"We were very confident, we could not focus on a few steps together," said McInally.
"That's a believer to an Irish team, they put them under big stones, but we will work hard and we will try better.
"We had a great feeling of protection, marched back several times and made two very cheap requests."
Ireland Skipper Best Rory believing his team's mental strength in destroying Scotland – finalizing the result of the Six Nations homeless homeless games game; run and return their loss of opening weekend to England.
The 36-year-old sequencer, who was with his companions, was well-suited than the English 32-year defeat in Dublin – he said he was a week was challenging but they had come through.
"We have a lot of credit in what we are doing and how good our team is," Best BBC Info.
"It was a really tough game, and it was hard to mind to make it up.
"We asked for a physical response and we got that to a large extent. We had two opportunities and we gave them and they were very clinical. We have a lot of progress to do."
The best thing, which has been the skipper of the Irish women to win two over the world camps in New Zealand and the Grand Slam of Old Nations last year, he especially praised Joey Carbery, who went on after 24 minutes for Johnny Sexton.
The route was born in New Zealand – which moved to Munster last year after being assisted by Sexton in Leinster – a & # 39; Starting well by entering its way to the end of Scotland at the end of the # 39; first half.
However, his great interior created the third attempt in Ireland, then Keith Earls who was his downward movement, who made it up and put a good way after that in the second Half to give some analysis to Ireland.
"Joey Carbery has succeeded since moving to Munster and regularly began," said Best.
"We've trusted the players to come out of their bows and going on as Joey did."
Ireland leader of the coach Joe Schmidt also praised Carbery for his character to be at # 39; recover from the interdisciplinary pass.
However, he was not happy about the cure given to Sexton.
"Johnny Sexton got some cure out there and got a stamp on his head but his feelings are better and we expect it to be back in the next weeks," said the 53-year-old to a & # 39; The BBC.