Karl Miller: What is rugby for?
5 December 1991
“... he intercepted, with one hand, a pass to the wing that might have earned a try. This, he said, was impulse. For the Independent, the knock-on was an ‘outrageous’ act. For the England hooker, BrianMoore, it was a bad case of cheating. For me, it was something anyone might have done, perhaps, for god’s sake, hoping for a catch. A penalty was awarded. But there was talk of a penalty try, and ...”