Reaction to the Irish team’s win over the Wallabies in the Rugby Championship was mixed, with many fans expressing their anger and disappointment.
The hashtag #TrophyRidgeReact was trending on Twitter, with several fans pointing out that they were offended by the team’s trophy appearance.
In the same time, some players reacted with joy.
The team’s captain, Rory Best, said he was happy with the way the Irish played, with one player telling the BBC that the crowd had been amazing.
“We were playing really well.
It’s great, we’re just enjoying it and we’re happy with it,” said the 21-year-old.
“It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster ride for the boys.
We’ve had a few injuries and a few suspensions, but we’ve still got that team spirit.
It doesn’t bother me, it doesn’t affect me.” “
But that’s just the way we are.
It doesn’t bother me, it doesn’t affect me.”
But it was the gesture by the Wallaroo captain, Sam Burgess, which upset many fans, with the Australian tweeting that it was a “disgraceful” move.
The tweet also included a picture of the trophy with the words: “This is the last trophy we will ever get.
One fan suggested that it may have been a ploy to get people to watch the game.
“They’re just taking their own crap,” the fan said.
“That’s not the way it should be.
This is a sport.
We all deserve to be there, and it is disgraceful that this is what it is.
#TropleRidgeRespect” Another tweeted: “So what is the meaning of a trophy when you can’t even win it?”
Burgess denied that he was taking his own shit.
“You can’t have a trophy if you don’t have your head in the game,” he said.