"I have heard that it was faint, it wasn't the strongest of challenges and that de Ridder's a 'big lad'.
"Well, hang on a minute, he's six stone dripping wet! It's not going to take much to disturb him.
"He's a dribbler and when you are running at pace, if there's the slightest contact it knocks you off balance.
"We've seen 17-stone rugby players go over after being tap-tackled in the recent World Cup. That happens when you are at full pelt. It doesn't matter how big or small you are.
"De Ridder's an honest lad. He said there was contact - and there was."