The fifteenth of France largely controlled Georgia (41-15), six days before all the blacks

The fifteenth of France largely controlled Georgia (41-15), six days before all the blacks

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7:15 PM, November 14, 2021

Less than a week before their meeting against the legendary New Zealanders, the 15th reassured the French with a victory over Georgia 41-15 on Sunday in Bordeaux. Clermont winger Damien Benaud and Toulouse Hooker Beto Mofaka, one double each, scored four of the Blues’ six attempts against Lilos.

15th France beat Georgia by a large (41-15), Sunday in Bordeaux, during the second test match in the fall, and six days to take over the legendary All-Blacks. Clermont winger Damien Benaud and Toulouse Hawker Beto Mofaka, two of each, scored four of six attempts for the Blues against Lilos, using two yellow cards for Georgians Tidu Abzandze (15) and Pekka Saginadze (24). Six attempts worse than the previous record of attempts set in a match under Fabian Gallett: On February 6, 2021, the Blues went through seven attempts for Italy, swallowing 5-10. This total is still less impressive than the nine scored during the only confrontation and until then only between the Blues and Lelos (64-7).

We found automated mechanisms.

A victory welcomed by Damien Benaud, winger of the France national team, on the microphone of France 2: “We found mechanisms, we had perfect conditions in the first half, we were able to develop our game, in the second half, it was a little more complicated. We will keep the state of mind and the method. We must Be ready against New Zealand.” For him, “The goal was to win the first two games, now we will be able to switch to New Zealand and we will attack the week strongly, because we still have work,” he confirmed.

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