Rugby Australia have reportedly sent a letter to World Rugby bosses over the decision by French referee Mathieu Raynal in last week's controversial Bledisloe Cup ending.
New Zealand's 39-37 defeat of Australia on Thursday turned out to be one of the most controversial rugby test matches ever witnessed after the All Blacks were saved from the clutches of defeat by a rarely, if ever, seen call from Raynal.
A long-range Nic White penalty goal had given Australia a lead for the first time with three minutes remaining after the side surged back from 31-13 down on the scoreboard.
The All Blacks then had a chance to level with a late penalty but opted for a try from an attacking lineout and conceded a penalty themselves.
Raynal then awarded the match-turning infringement against Bernard Foley for taking too long to kick the ball from the penalty.
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