England’s No 7 showed flair with the ball in hand as Eddie Jones’s men mixed brawn and skill to overcome Wales
By day Parc y Scarlets doesn’t look much. And on an endless stretch of a dull grey day like Saturday, it looks even less, an empty, unprepossessing stadium tucked around the back of a deserted shopping centre, surrounded by baleful roundabouts.
It felt a strange situation for a game like this and right up to kick-off everything about the occasion felt a little underwhelming. A lot of the Test rugby we have seen this autumn has been. Even those famous Welsh songs don’t sound half so rousing when they are being played over a public address to empty grandstands. And then the game started.
Written by Andy Bull at Parc y Scarlets
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2020/nov/29/sam-underhill-helps-england-find-a-way-to-pass-welsh-examination under the title “Sam Underhill helps England find a way to pass Welsh examination | Andy Bull”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.