Sharp Irish back, dominating English scoop but red-looking Charlie Evals, England-Ireland tops and flops (15-32).
Gibson-Park, Lowe, Keenan Incisive
They were the first three strikers throughout the game. Jamie Gibson was also selected as the star of the Park game. Schrum Half was the originator of the action on the first try, but on the final pass of his team’s second attempt, after a great inspiration. No. 9 always wanted to catch the rhythm, and the penalties were played fast. James Lowe is definitely the best striker on the Irish team today. Five minutes later he scored his first attempt and allowed his team to take the lead. The left winger constantly led his men with his sharp runs. Hugo Keenan was invaluable in the air, the first defender and first riser. He always played decently. Shortly before the break, his family (37th) added a backhand to register a second attempt. Definitely a crucial test in the end result.
The left pillar of the XV de la Rose did not stop screaming at Twickenham this Saturday. Ellis Genge was irrelevant in the scrum, Thaddeus Furlong exploded, and is still considered the best right-wing prop in the world. Irish, very erroneous (see elsewhere), was fined six times in Sokram, and the English Left Prop often had something to do with it. However, Jack Novel assisted him in the role of left flanker during these stages of the game, only to be replaced in the 67th minute.
They could have dived, and they got up. The English quickly overcrowded and took over the water in the first quarter hour. From the 12th minute of the game they came close to making money on the second attempt and 13-0, but the Irish attempt for a forward was null and void. The English never fainted at this meeting, and gradually took advantage of the fever of their opponents and returned. In the first half, thanks to a fifth penalty from Marcus Smith, they kept in touch with their opponents before drawing level in the hour. They give up two attempts in five minutes and break down when the match is over.
Evils, the best Irishman of today
For suspense, we’ll be back. After just 90 seconds of play, the English second-tier Charlie Evals’ error was avoided. James Ryan is the number five culprit in English for dangerous tackling, and suffered a concussion. This was logically omitted after a video call by French referee Matthew Raine. Irishman James Ryan left the field without returning. Charlie Evals is not sure if he touched a ball before hitting his opponent.
They arrived in England with the best attack, the best squared and the most disciplined team in the tournament. The Irish met only one of their criteria (four attempts). At this meeting they were severely punished, often in their camp. He conceded 15 penalties, including nine in the first period. When the game could be turned around quickly, they left the English in the game. Andy Farrell’s players, who dominated the game to a large extent, conceded six penalties in this area of the game alone.
Sexton Horse Tempo
Ireland’s legendary Fly-Half returns to Twickenham as a starter. Complicated match for Jonathan Sexton, who has never been on the pace. The XV of Clover’s master player adjusted his passes poorly, often slowing down attacks. An Irish team (56%) but struggled to keep their game at number 10. Hours later, the Irish camp stood firm in opposition and was very close to getting a new attempt. Johnny Sexton misses his pass for James Lowe. Freddie Steward intercepted a ball and went solo on the opposite but the referee returned an error. Ireland wasted no effort and conceded a penalty. The striker, on the other hand, was impeccable on foot. Scored 12 points below, missing just one conversion (5/6).
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