Football.  Tops and flops from France

Football. Tops and flops from France

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Roman Ntamak class

Toulouse opener sprinkled this match against the first Blacks of its class. He acted like a boss and had an exceptional attempt in the first half. After a few plays, he faked the pass and took the New Zealand defenders from behind with a school inside a hook. Puis c’est lui qui fuit définitivement basculer le match peu après l’heure de jeu. Alors que les All Blacks étaient revenus à deux points (27-25), il relança un ballon de son en-but, alors qu’il était under pressure. Work finished near the New Zealand line. Admittedly, there was no attempt. But Savea received a yellow card, while Jaminet passed the penalty. In the aftermath, opportunist Benod intercepted a pass from Haveli to score in the middle of training (37-25).

First half of the fifteenth of France

In the first half, the Blues led 24-6. They scored three attempts by Mofaka, twice with handballs and by Netamak. For the first forty exciting and controlling minutes, they took Al Black by the throat. They relied on consistent, no-frills gameplay, and even found something simple unexpected to get rid of them. It’s been a long time since the 15th of France couldn’t make such a first half. Half time reference!

Paris is no longer cursed

The last victory (13-6) for France 15th against the All Black team in Paris dates back to February 10, 1973! On Saturday evening, at the Stade de France in a merger that pushed hard behind the blues, Dupont’s band put an end to a 48-year rarity.

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The First Blacks lost their second in a row

After losing (29-20) the previous Saturday in Dublin to Ireland, New Zealand suffered their second defeat in a row on Saturday evening at the Stade de France. It’s even the first time since the 1930s! It has suffered two successive setbacks on the European continent.

New Zealand overwhelmed in the first half

Annoyed by their defeat in Ireland, we thought we’d see the All Blacks attack the foot of the match on the floor. They were asleep and stood up to the blackness by France’s stunning XV, yet it rarely dominated them in the first half. But they actually took more than half before they woke up and rebelled. Their three attempts scored between returning from the locker room and the clock tick that gave them hope they could turn the tide. But they failed to find their second wind.

The fifteenth spends a quarter of an hour in hell for France

It lasted fifteen minutes after returning from the locker room between the 47th and 62nd minute. A quarter of an hour of doubts and doubts during which the fifteenth suffered three attempts for France. With the first half approaching 24-6, the All Blacks came back on the heels of the Blues (27-25) in one hour, and the French downturn coincided with the first three-color changes in the front five. But those who ended up found the mental resources to straighten their heads out. And they ended up much stronger than their opponents.

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