The United States won the two-legged Rugby World Cup qualifier against Canada, one step closer to France in 2023. The Canadian team defeated the Eagles 34-21 in Newfoundland last weekend and entered the second round with a 13-point lead. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.
American coach Gary Gold described his team’s performance in that match as “completely impossible”.
However, the United States launched an impressive counterattack on Colorado’s Infinity Park to remedy this shortfall. They won 38-16 in the second round, 59-50 in the aggregate score of the two rounds, and won a place in the Americas qualifier.
Back-rower Hanco Germishuys played a hat-trick for the Eagles in the first half, while Christian Dyer, Ruben De Hass, and Joe Taufete’e also tried. De Haas also scored a long-range goal and AJ MacGinty scored 5 points.
Lucas Rumball Canada Captain said: “You can’t win the game at the international level with these mistakes, this match comes down to our faults. We disappointed ourselves.”
The United States will now face Uruguay in America’s qualifier next month, and the two-legged winner will join New Zealand, France, Italy, and Africa No. 1 to earn a place in the 2023 RWC Pool A.
These games will be held in Colorado on Saturday, October 2, and in Montevideo a week later.
At the same time, Canada will compete with Chile from October 2-9 for a place in America’s second region. The winners of the two rounds of playoffs will face the losers of Uruguay and the United States to determine who will win a place in Group D in 2023 between France and England, Japan, Argentina, and Samoa.
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