Matches: from 24-27
How do you take a two-minute lead three minutes from the end of a tournament match? On Saturday, Twickenham lacked trisolores, the Irish had it, namely tactical mastery, technical accuracy, big brains and freshness of the last moments. So with three consecutive tactical kicks and a series of one-pass bumps in the box, they managed to win by beating France and England in the tournament’s provisional classification.
Against an excellent Irish outfit accidentally denied the ball in the lineup, the Scots did not have many opportunities to start the game, and when they did, the technical approximation and waste – especially in the foot – did not allow them to . His rare highlights. The first attempt he made was in the wake of an Irish clearance stalled behind a rake, followed by Stuart Hogg after getting the ball in the jaw, and it was Finn Russell, who was in the ranks of opposing positions. Cap’s effort (28, 10-8) gave Scotland the lead for the first and last time.
For the rest, it was the Irish who stood in their own distinct style, who had to direct and wear them, and they occasionally added a few more passes. In addition, taking advantage of an opposing fumble, he made his first try by Henshaw (8th) and a second flush by Bayernay (49th, 10-21) from the beginning of the second period. With four goals from the metronomic and indestructible Jonathan Sexton (4th, 35th, 40th + 2, 55th), it was almost naturally that Ireland made the break (10-24).
One of his changes is hitting the outgoing post, with Irish opener Jonathan Sexton’s win percentage, 6/7.
At game time, the Caledonians finally expressed themselves with style, called by a fast and wide game that allowed them to find a spot on the touchline, which Jones took advantage of the score (60th) A converted effort by Stuart Jog, who then replaced the opener. Joined after a trial by Watson (74th), drawn by a series of highlights (24-24), the Irish nevertheless managed to win, with Sexton notching his fifth goal, it (77th, 24-) 27) Won.
Player: Finn Russell, it’s not legs
The Scottish Opener of Racing 92 was replaced by its captain, Stuart Hogg, in the opening – surprise. In game hour, if it is not a penalty, it looks like a lot, Gregor Townsend, the coach of the Scottish XV, prefers to prevent damage because his opening opener was unhappy in a tactical kicking game and in direct contact Release. Certainly, Finn Russell scored his first attempt (28th), taking advantage of a block from the Hogs, as well as scoring five points (one goal, one change) in the leg but a penalty goal (38th) in his ropes ) Also missed. Hence, for the Caledonian genius, the match to be forgotten.
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