France is still in contention for the 2021 Six Nations championship. After a dramatic victory over Wales in Paris, ending their hopes of a Grand Slam. Ireland ended their campaign with a win over England in Dublin. As Scotland warmed up for Friday’s rematch at the Stade de France with an eight-game winning streak. Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup tickets from our website at discount prices.
DULIN DAZZLES AS FRANCE BREAK WELSH HEARTS
Brice Doolin ended Wales’ hopes of a Grand Slam by using the space created by Gael Fico. And Arthur Vincent to score the winning goal in the final in Paris.
It wasn’t a tough ending for the full-back. But it was an end to a fine, the player’s performance at the Stade de France.
Durin finished the game with 11 of 12 passes for 138 yards. Meanwhile, it was he who found Mathieu Jalibert in the Welsh defense in the 14th minute. And scored a wonderful second goal for Les Bryce with Antoine DuPont.
On the pitch in Paris, no player was more meters away than Durin, and no player escaped more shoveling. Although his team-mate Virimi Vakatawa held the ball and took it 119 yards from 15 yards, causing bruising.
Wales won within seconds of winning the Grand Slam, with their tireless captain. Alun Wyn Jones again leading the way with 22 steals and 11 strikes.
No player in red and blue is better than Jones. Although France captain Charles Olivier and No.8 Gregory Allardyt are second with 21 points each. Rugby World Cup France tickets are available for Rugby fans
HENSHAW EXCELS AS IRELAND BEAT ENGLAND
Given Ireland’s final score and the clear advantage against England on Saturday. It may come as a surprise that the visiting team spent almost three times as much time on the 22nd. Fans can buy Rugby world cup England tickets from our website.
However, Ireland’s performance at the Aviva Stadium was outstanding. With England averaging five points a game on the 22nd, unlike their two opponents.
It was a feat built on the steady influence of Johnny Sexton and Conor Murray on the half of the back. Who kicked the ball – they played a total of 530 meters – but did so in a controlled manner.
This gave the hosts a platform for Robbie Henshaw. From his reunion with Bondi Aki to his former Connacht team-mate’s red card, to put down a match-performance player.
Henshaw completed 10 passes in traffic, retired two defenders and provided a replacement on offense, contributing eight steals. Including one that prevailed and earned a defensive replacement.
Meanwhile, CJ Stander struck out two defenders on eight passes for 35 yards. And no touchdowns in his last appearance for Ireland.
For the England Rugby world cup, Maro Itoje turned things around again with 14 steals. Mark Wilson 13 and Tom Curry 11, four of them dominant.
VAN DER MERWE, JONES AND WATSON SHINE IN EDINBURGH SUNSHINE
Durham van der Merwe will play a key role in Scotland’s biggest Ever Six Nations match. On Saturday afternoon and will do his part at Murray field. The Edinburgh winger was 192 meters off 10 passes, scoring twice in eight attempts and breaking through 13 tries.
Only Huw Jones, who made an incredible 217 yards from 14 carries, made more ground with the ball in hand for Scotland. Jones also made 10 steals in the match, the second only for Matt McStay from Scotland’s point of view. It’s Fagerson.
Match player Hamish Watson also had a busy afternoon in the Edinburgh sunshine. The back row provided a try assist and 83 yards from 14 passes in his 66 minutes on the court.
It was a difficult afternoon, with Italian light blue, and the fact that it was handled by tourists was proven. Second-row Nicolo Canone tops the table with 25 points. No.8 Michele Ramaro has 23 and substitute Josue Zillow scored 16 in just 47 minutes.
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