Watch: Referee Ben Whitehouse Shows John Muldoon Who’s Boss
Connacht earned an historic win over Munster at Thomond Park on Saturday evening – their first in 29 years at the famous ground.
Despite one terrible decision in awarding Munster a penalty try, referee Ben Whitehouse gave an excellent performance. He also gave us a brilliant moment that Nigel Owens would be proud of.
Connacht captain John Muldoon was complaining about having the ball slapped out of his hands, but the Whitehouse did not care for his tone, so he proceeded to remind him who was in control.
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