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Coach Joe Schmidt stated Bundee Aki had beendevastated by his own first-half red card following Ireland beat Samoa 47-5 to book a World Cup quarter-finals place.
When 21-5 was headed by Ireland centre Akis 29th-minute dismissal for a top hit Ulupano Seuteni came, but they did not concede for the remaining portion of the game.
29, aki, is of Samoan descent and has been obviously angry since he left the pitch.
We are happy with the end result and performance but disappointed we didnt end with 15 players, said Schmidt.
It is catastrophic for Bundee. He understands the Samoan players really well.
Akis World Cup could be over after his red card and he faces an anxious wait to determine if he is handed any sanction.
Earlier, Samoa hooker Seilala Lam was yellow-carded to get a similar high shot, but hed tried to lower his point of touch while Aki remained erect and referee Nic Berry ruled there wasa high degree of danger.
I speed Nic Berry and I think he is a really good referee, therefore its difficult to argue in the present time, added Schmidt.
Samoa were nearly as distraught as the Irish over Akis red card and also trainer Steve Jackson stated they would willingly make representations to help the 29-year-old escape additional sanction.
I expect no additional sanction goes on, said Samoa trainer Steve Jackson, who lost 2 players to red cards throughout the duration of the championship.
I have understood Bundee for a longlong time, hes a fantastic guy with good character.
Hopefully the powers that be see some feeling and he gets to continue in the tournament because he is a terrific kid.
Ireland captain Rory Best said they were aware not to fear following the premature departure of Aki.
We had to abandon some defensive rucks independently and also make sure we had numbers on feet, said the 37-year-old hooker.
We have conquer red cards previously. Its never ideal but it shows a good deal of character about a squad that you move down a man, the best way to adapt to that.
Ultimately there wasnt any panic. There was lots of collective. We just continued to attack them.
Greatest said that the teams display in the seven-try triumphmaybe was not that pretty but it had been powerful.
After the Japan game we understood 10 points would get us through, and we all got that. Their sleeves were rolled up by the boys.
The big issue is that we panicked [following the Japan game].
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