In a statement later on Tuesday, World Rugby said: World Rugby has clarified to the Wales team management as part of the usual review process with teams that the TMO made an error in the application of law during the England v Wales match at Twickenham.
It was a close call but many observers felt Anscombe had been first to the ball although, even after numerous replay viewings, there appeared to be some doubt as to whether he had grounded the ball correctly. Alain Rolland [match officials manager] confirmed the TMO had made a mistake.
No one can categorically state that Wales would have won the game if the try had stood but it would have changed the complexion of the game without a doubt and it's possible we could be looking at a different Six Nations table.More news: Home Depot braces for spring, prepares hiring spree
"I know Warren Gatland has spoken to Alain Rolland and they've confirmed that the TMO made a mistake. It has happened - it is disappointing that happens in professional sport". I'm on a good behaviour bond so I've got to be careful what I say, but I just think that once the game's done and dusted that's the game.
"If you only lose one game, the past has shown you can still go on and win the Championship".
"If you have got in your nature that's your only concern and if you have got a massive desire to improve like he has, then you are going to go places".
He said England got there first and there was no downward pressure from Wales.More news: Vladimir Putin meets Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino to discuss World Cup
Anthony Watson and Owen Farrell are expected to recover from the unspecified knocks they sustained against Wales, but Elliot Daly has now suffered damage to his calf having completed his rehabilitation to an ankle complaint.
On the flip side, England head coach Eddie Jones was asked about World Rugby's decision to undermine their TMO and admit the try should have been given.
"They [Georgia] just use their head and shoulders in different ways".
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While Scarlets trio Jonathan Davies, Jake Ball and Gareth Davies have all signed Welsh National Dual Contracts.