Ireland closed their Six Nations 2021 with a win. In Dublin, in a match valid for the fifth and final day of the tournament, ‘Verdo beat England 32–18 (20–6 at the end of the first time) with a victory at Six Nations 2021. In Dublin, in a match valid for the fifth and final day of the tournament, ‘Verdo beat England 32-18 (20-6 at the end of the first half)
Italragabi forgot many games with a fifth defeat in six games. On the lawn of Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Scotland, Franco Smith’s XV fails to escape the eleventh ‘wooden spoon’ of its history, sixth in a row: the Highlanders are actually planted 52-10, in the 32nd of Azzurri. The successive knockouts in the condemnation tournament, a figure that technical and managerial staff must make in view of the immediate future. Nevertheless, it is the Azzurri who under their heads and start at 6 ‘, in strength, they pass through the British maginot line with Captain Biggie. Garbisi puts in a phase of change and is served 0–4. Scotland pays with the same coin and draws the score with a cherry in 10 ‘, but without finding additional points for Hoag. The Scottish captain converted a fine Van der Merwe goal in the 13th minute, who gets praise and then ridicules him without worry. Italy struggles in defense and at the age of 19, after being held by Garbisi, they find themselves down for a yellow card sent by Mori to deal with them in an illegal manner. Scotland took advantage of the opportunity and makes a three-way (not converting hog) with Graham at the age of 21.
Azzurri tries to break out of the British hold but, at 28 ‘, it is up to Jones to fly towards the white line. The opening of the house hits the AC for 24–10 with the match going on hiatus. At the start of the recovery, Scotland advances to Gary, hitting the big target with Cherry, who gains his brace using Maul’s work. The hog hits the goalpost and it is late night for Italy, also because at 11 ′ Yellow repeatedly comes on Negri for a series of ferryers. Townsend replaces the entire front line and the music does not change, as Steele is celebrating at 14 and the Hogs participate in football with precision. Moral: For the 38-10 Highlanders, who find themselves with dual superiority for the Cards in 20, the third against Italy, trimmed for Ioane to tack on the Hogs. A sanction, which Lamaro also suffers, between one change and another, is practically adultery in Italy which is still slipped by Johnson and Van der Merv. The hog knows its baggage and the final 52–10 seems like a hard lesson for Italy, a six-nation umpteenth that has rejected the Azzurri without appeal, awaiting their international growth and maturity.
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