Ireland beat Scotland to finish third – OA Sport

Ireland beat Scotland to finish third - OA Sport

A podium named after Keith Earls, the author of the goals that upset the balance in Dublin and helped Ireland to victory over Scotland in the Autumn National Cup final. The balance lasts for a while, but in the second half the hosts increase the pace and win with merit.

In the first minutes of the game he immediately pushed Ireland out, forcing Scotland into two errors and closing in on his own half. So after six minutes of play Jonathan Sexton goes from a distance to the pitch but finds three points. Ireland insist, but Scotland defends well, conquering a free kick that Jaco van der Vault can try to place from a distance with a good intervention in the rack, but he also finds no posts. Try to force the visitor team, At 13 he won another free kick, this time the opening was in a more comfortable position, not losing it 0-3. Scotland are playing well at this stage of the match, with Ireland facing both defense and suffering. On the 19th, a mistake from the pack sends Van der Vault to the pitch for a score of 0-6, ending the first quarter of the game..

Ireland try to react, miss the 22nd and return to the Sexton pitch, this time making no mistakes and narrowing the gap between the two teams. However, Scotland is playing well Van der Vault goes back to the pitch, the hosts’ new extension.The. Ireland raises the bar for the game Within half an hour Aki Pass randomly blocked by Duncan Taylor, Scottish center alert, Sexton heading to the pitch 6-9. Ireland are forced to beat Scotland by 22 meters At 38 the Irish take advantage of a kick in the opening goal area, where after a confrontation between two players Keith Earls jumps to the Oval and breaks down 11-9..

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Ireland forward resumes on foot early in the second half when Stuart Hogg finds himself in trouble with a ball that bounces for the hosts in the offensive 22nd. Men push Irish scrum as Ireland advance 18-9, pushing Cian Healy into the lineup. Now Ireland have control of the competition, Scotland are struggling a lot on defense, another mistake, this time in the mall, giving Sexton and his teammates a touch in the 5m. The ball moves rapidly from right to left in the following action, Keith Earls arrives at the Oval, 25-9 Winger’s second goal against Ireland. Scotland responds, after a long period of hardship, e Duhan van der Merwe single-handedly snaps a 56 ‘ball to end 25-16.

However, it was Keith Earls’ show, and in the 59th minute Hogg threw himself into a flying ball that could not be picked up, but nothing in the aftermath of the Irish bad move. However, Scotland is very bad, which allows Ireland to control gains and maintain local dominance over time. Try to close the home team, get a new free-kick, this time finding posts 28-16 for Ireland with 15 minutes left by Ross Byrne. Now Scotland do not have the strength to react, so this is a green monologue in the final of the match, the pressure turns into a goal in the 74th minute, the ball flew towards Peter O’Malley, but he did nothing. Return to previous error Bain extended the lead by three more points in the final 31-16.

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