Wales left it late to stage a stunning comeback and beat France in their World Cup quarter-final on Sunday, but the circumstances surrounding the match-winning try sparked some heated debate on social media.

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Warren Gatland’s team recovered from 10-19 down to win 20-19, with Dan Biggar converting Ross Moriarty’s 74th minute try.

There was an agonising wait for Wales as the TMO checked for a possible Wales knock-on in the lead-up to the try, but the score was awarded.

Yet many viewers felt that the TMO had gotten the decision wrong, with Tomos Williams ripping the ball loose, Justin Tipuric gathering and Moriarty managing to power over the line.

This was how fans on Twitter reacted to another hugely controversial decision at the World Cup:

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