Wales secured a triple crown following their 40-24 victory over England in the latest round of the Six Nations.
The came with some controversy with French referee Pascal Gauzere awarding two controversial first-half tries for Wales before England were punished for poor discipline in Cardiff.
After the game both Eddie Jones and Owen Farrell refused to point the finger at the referee.
Jones told BBC Sport: "It is what it is. We can't argue with the referee, the result is there in stone, we've got to accept it. Maybe they were tough calls but we weren't good enough to overcome that.
"I'm not going to make a comment on it, I accept the referee's decision.
Farrell was also not prepared to blame Gauzere. Asked about the referee's performance, he said: "That's not for us to talk about. We got our way back into it and didn't quite finish it off. There’s plenty that we can do better.
"I'd have to look back at it [the first Wales try]. I don’t know [if we could have been more alert]. There's no point in talking about it now, let everybody else talk about it. We’ll focus on what we can control. We’ll control what we can control."
Following the weekend's action, popular Youtuber, Robbie Owen aka Squidge Rugby dived deep into the analysis of the game.
Owen said that he has a policy not to talk about refereeing decision but said that he recognised that he had no choice with this game.
Speaking on the second try, which Liam Williams scored, Squidge said that it was 'kinda b*llsh*t' and that by the laws it landed in the grey area where it doesn't fit the definition of a knock or a kick. He did go on to say that it was 'maybe 96% a knock on but Wales happened to fall in the lucky 4% on Saturday.'
Analysing the other controversial try, Squidge managed to get his hands on footage that was left out of the broadcast.
He goes on to highlight that George Ford called all the England players into a huddle while Gaüzère spoke to Farrell. The England captain then joins the huddle and has the brief chat Gaüzère asked for before the players start to disperse.
"All in all, there are 9.59 seconds between England players beginning to take position after Farrell stops talking and Gaüzère blowing his whistle to signal time back on."
Squidge goes on to compare that to two incidents that occurred in the other match between Italy and Ireland as well as highlight that England managed to cover the other side of the pitch in the same time.
Watch the entire analysis below.