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Tokyo — Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi has appealed to rugby chiefs not to let the game go “soft” after being penalised for the way he carried the ball into the tackle in Australia’s loss to Wales in Sunday’s Rugby World Cup pool D blockbuster.

Kerevi was adjudged to have led with his forearm and made contact with the throat of Wales flyhalf Rhys Patchell in the 29-25 loss at Tokyo Stadium...

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