Rugby World Cup 2011: WRU chief praises Warren Gatland's honesty

Wales Rugby Union chief executive Roger Lewis tells BBC Sport's Dan Roan coach Warren Gatland should be applauded for his honesty in admitting he considered cheating during the World Cup semi-final.

At a news conference in New Zealand, Gatland admitted he considered asking a prop to fake an injury, which would have led to uncontested scrums.

That would have helped Wales, as their pack was already a man down following the dismissal of captain Sam Warburton.