We've still got a chance, insists Scotland fly-half Dan Parks
Scotland fly-half Dan Parks admits the defeat by Argentina was 'very tough' but believes the squad will move on and focus on the all-important match against England.
Talking exclusively to ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke, Parks says it was 'unfortunate' the way his late drop-goal attempt worked out, and adds there is no point in questioning the referee's decision not to penalise the Argentinian defence for offside.
Parks said: "Things got a bit messed up there and we went one phase the wrong way. The ball came out a little bit sooner [before the drop-goal attempt].
"If I'd have had the shot on the right foot I'm sure I'd have been charged down and it could have been a try down the other end.
"It was just one of those very unfortunate incidents … it's such a shame that it happened on such a big scale. If he was [offside] it's irrelevant now isn't it? Because he got away with it. The decision has been made and us talking about it now isn't going to change it.
"It's been a very tough night, and a very tough morning, but we’ll battle on, and I'm sure come tomorrow we'll be fine.
"We've got one more game and hopefully we can do it there. We've still got a chance and that’s what we're focusing on."
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