I can rant about the refs, or the TMOs, or World Rugby. I don't think any of them covered themselves in glory last night.
But I'd rather rant about our tactics. Our mindless adherence to a one-size-fits-all game plan, while Wales pick us off with smart plays and good execution. Our ten-minute stints of madness where we forget how to pass, catch and tackle. Our complete lack of goalkicking ability.
Wales were the better team, and deserved to win. To my eyes, they are greater than the sum of their parts. I don't think you can say the same about the Wallabies.
I've said it elsewhere, but the Davies intercept was a perfect summation of the difference between the two teams. An incredibly smart tactic that was well-devised and well-executed. They did their homework and capitalised on a weakness of ours.
What did we do? Run the same shit out that we always do, and let the cards fall how they may. It's just not good enough for an international rugby side.