by Simon Galinier
A home win againstIreland Brings more than far success to Japan. This is the bitter remark made by the Blues, on Monday, September 4th, with the vision of the new rating the scientist.
15th loses to France a place, but remains on the podium
In fact, the men Fabian Galtheywinner from Japan (10e A global nation) in Aichi on Saturday lost a place in the global hierarchy and is now overtaken all black who, for their part, largely beat the XV of Clover (4e nation of the world) a little later in the morning (42-19). The fifteenth of France She still held her place on the podium, but fell to the third ranke Center with 89.24 points compared to 89.72 for the New Zealanders.
The world champions in South Africa, victorious over Wales in Pretoria (32-29), retained the lead in this world standings with 90.61 points, while the victorious Australia over England replaced their opponent at the weekend, who left the top five. The XV of the Rose is now 6The tenth Coach Eddie Jones is under heavy criticism after his fourth consecutive defeat.
Algeria jumps in the rankings, as Italy and Kenya advance
Among the notable increases over the weekend was the jump inAlgeriawho qualified for the semi-finals of the African Rugby Cup At Senegal’s expense on Saturday (35-12). XV with two lions gained 8 places and is now ranked 82e world nation.
Also note the development of Italy, which took two places after its success in Romania and is now 12the tidy, just like KenyaWho clearly dominated Uganda (42-7) in the quarter-finals of the tournament African Rugby Cup Saturday, finds himself 33e world nation. Finally, let’s also talk about progress Trinidad and Tobagoan archipelago located in the southern Caribbean, has gained two places and is now at 51e global ranking.
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