Sir Clive Woodward, former England coach, criticized Wales head coach Warren Gatland for a decision he made during their match against England in the Six Nations. Despite Wales having a good start and leading 14-5 at halftime, they were unable to add any points in the second half, allowing England to win 16-14. Woodward believes that Gatland's decision to replace Elliot Dee and Keiron Assiratti with Ryan Elias and Archie Griffin in the 55th minute ultimately cost them the game. Woodward expressed his frustration with coaches making such decisions and emphasized the difficulty for replacements to quickly adapt to the game. He suggested that Gatland should have kept Dee and Assiratti on the field.