England snatch a tie against New Zealand, Georgia write history by knocking down Wales… What to remember from the Test matches that day

England snatch a tie against New Zealand, Georgia write history by knocking down Wales… What to remember from the Test matches that day

The new day of the Autumn Nations Cup saw amazing scenarios, whether at Twickenham, Cardiff or even Murrayfield on Saturday.

Attractive posters were on the programme, Saturday November 19, in the international rugby game with the highlight, the shock between England and New Zealand, which ended in a stunning draw (25-25). Earlier today, Georgia made history as Argentina lost their lead at Murrayfield to Scotland.

England draw on the wire against the All Blacks

He reprimanded Twickenham twice. Before kick-off when New Zealand were booed, then at the final whistle, after a throw-in by Marcus Smith. England could have taken a match point, but the opener decided a draw (25-25) was enough for the XV de la Rose, to the dismay of the London crowd.

However, Eddie Jones’ men came back from far in this segment and were attacked on the ground by the All Blacks. They already led 14-0 after ten minutes of play and 25-6 early in the final ten minutes of the game. The moment England chose to stage a great comeback was sealed by Will Stewart, author of two tries and converting the equalizer just before the siren.

Georgia Surprise Wales

We are not world champions, but we have written history. At the Prime Video microphone, Georgian captain Merab Charikadze summed up the state of mind of Team Lelos (the nickname for Team Georgia) after their exploit of the day. On Saturday, they simply beat Wales for the first time in their history (13-12). In Cardiff, that’s exactly it.

READ  Warm-up match results, Tonga vs France, New Zealand - Leeds Rhinoceros, results, World Cup schedule, teams, teams, kangaroos

The Georgians came back from a nine-point deficit in the first half and won thanks to a penalty kick from Luka Matkava two minutes from the end of the match. “It’s unbelievable. It’s the second time this season that we’ve beaten a first-class team (Six selections for the Six Nations and Four Nations Rugby Championship) After Italy (last July)Follow Merab Shrikadze.

Ireland beats Australia and deprives France of first place in the world

On the eve of Sunday’s reception of Japan, the French national team was waiting for a small boost from Australia. In the end, he did not come, and Clover’s XV, narrowly victorious in Dublin (13-10), ensured his retention of the first place in the world rankings. Ireland sealed victory thanks to a penalty from Ross Byrne four minutes after the whistle (76′).

Ireland only led 3-0 at the end of the first half in a tough encounter. Only two tries were scored, Australia’s Jordan Petaya (71st) in response to Ireland’s Bundy Ake (66th). But at the end of this battle, the Irish won a sixth victory in a row, while the Wallabies continue their disappointing tour of the Northern Hemisphere (one victory and three defeats).

Argentina is saddled with the rain of boxes

Three yellow cards and a sending off: this is the disastrous statistic of the Argentines’ indiscipline in Scotland, on Saturday. At the heart of the second period, Argentina played until the twelfth when the two consecutive yellow cards attached to Matias Alemanno and Thomas Lavagnini were added to the early expulsion of Marcos Kremer (22). Argentina’s numerical disadvantage cost them dearly against Scotland, who also received two yellow cards at the end of the match. With eight tries on the clock, Thistle’s XV (52-29) won, as did South Africa (63-21) against Italy, which had the team shivering at the start of the day for some time.

READ  Why is New Zealand skeptical about facing the epidemic?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *