England beat Ireland (18-7), Wales return against Georgia (18-0) | News

England beat Ireland (18-7), Wales return against Georgia (18-0) |  News

The second round of the Autumn National Cup began with a resounding victory England e Wales. If Eddie Jones’ Boys Are The Best (18-7) In the big match againstIreland, Because of a victory over the Cardiff Dragons Georgia (18-0) Important for morale and numbers: The Welsh actually prevented a defeat that lasted six games in a row.

Twickenham lawn a Johnny May In the deluxe format of dragging England: two goals in four minutes pave the way for Eddie Jones’ side, and thanks to a granite defense (especially in the first half) the Irish dream of glory is quickly dashed. However, the match at 18-0 seemed to have slipped but the Greens continued without giving up. At 68, they were only one step away from the goal, but the party was only postponing: at 73, England’s defense would be punished if they escaped from Stoke Dale alone. Burns transforms and approaches Ireland, but it’s too late to make a miraculous comeback. The Twickenham draw was set at 18-7.

Despite a good start, the Georgia appointment should go down in history. A. Lanelli belongs to Wales Wayne Pivac To find and discover the first success of New Zealand management. The Dragons put their heads forward with the winning first kick Sheddy (3-0). The Georgians push back, but Pivak’s men catch up and resume until the end of the 26th. Reese-Samith With the construction of the shed: 10-0. The road to Georgia goes up, hoping for a favorable start to the match to increase the pressure on the shoulders of the Red Home Union. Not so, because in the 56th minute a yellow card came and sat Sajinadse. Wales scored in the 74th minute Web. No Shedi conversion, but minor changes: Wales won 18-0 And it allows Wayne Pivak to get rid of some bad thoughts.

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