France’s first win in Scotland in 6 years

France's first win in Scotland in 6 years

XV of France won in Scotland (22-15) for the first time in six years, in Edinburgh on Sunday During the fall nations cup, Eight months later, the same team (28–17) lost their 2020 defeat.

The French will play their last group match against Italy at Stade de France on Saturday, with the challenge of finishing first in their group to reach the finals of this unprecedented competition created by a health crisis.

The breakthrough is clustered due to a huge wave of coronovirus contamination last Sunday, in addition to being achieved on the green carpet (28–0) against Fiji.

First time since 8 March 2014

The Blues are currently first but the cancellation of the match between Fiji and Scotland should allow Scotland to climb to 10 points before a duel against Italy.

The solution came from the center of Racing 92 Wakatawa, the author of the only test in the moist freshness of the Moorfield Stadium, to break through the stronghold of the XV du Chardon famous for its tireless defense.

Toulouse full-back Thomas Ramos, set up to replace Anthony Bothier, worked on foot (14 points) to get his stone into a building that XV of France has patiently built.

In Murrayfield, France chases bad memories of defeat (28–17) on 8 March on the lawn of XV du Chardon. This no-bonus setback not only ruined his dream of a Grand Slam, but also earned him a final victory in the Six Nations tournament.

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It was XV de la Rose who snatched first place with the same number of points as the Blues (18) but had a better margin.

France lost four at Murrayfield Where they did not win during the tournament from 8 March 2014 (19–17).

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