ITV accused of being "disrespectful" to Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw with harsh graphic

ITV have come in for criticism for their treatment of Scotland captain Greig Laidlaw, who was a pundit on the station for Saturday’s Six Nations clash between England and Scotland.

Laidlaw, who has skippered Scotland since 2011, missed the clash with an ankle injury sustained against France last month.

He was a guest on ITV but the broadcaster was slammed for the manner in which Laidlaw’s name was captioned on screen.

As he was commenting on the game at full-time, a graphic of his name appeared alongside the words: “Lost each of five tests v England, twice

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