Shaun Edwards denies using rude hand gesture during Wales' Six Nations win over Ireland

Shaun Edwards has denied using a rude hand gesture while celebrating Wales’ third try to seal their win over Ireland in the Six Nations on Friday night.

The defence coach was disappointed when social media had interpreted him punching the air after Jamie Roberts’ try as a middle finger salute to the Irish.

Ireland failed to score a try of their own during the defeat as Edwards masterminded a defensive shut out that he branded the best performance since he began his role back in 2008.

When asked about the reaction to his questionable hand signal, Edwards replied: “I was very disappointed

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