Ireland-Italy, when rugby blues beat Lansdowne Road

Ireland-Italy, when rugby blues beat Lansdowne Road

Inn 1997 The National Italian From Rugby He has not yet been to six countries. We were getting ready to enter our selection tournament, one for each Test match It tasted like a test against big names. As it were January 4, On Lansdowne Road, straightIreland, Prepared by Five nations, Meanwhile Assuri They were on their way to the Fira Cup final. Another Test scheduled for those days against Wales was canceled: so the national team had less than one match to figure out its status. But what seemed like a declared defeat turned out to be one Big deal, On a rainy evening with heavy pitch, of those who lift the heroes.

Assouri without the memorable Ivan Francesco Cato and Massimo Giovanelli, but there are plenty of resources to get on the field. Irish front with Bork; Dominguez Fails in 55m shot but recovers by throwing Stoic, About half Wakari. It remains 7-3, but still reduces the distance to the burr. Another blue goal by Massimo കട്ടിട്ടാDominguez’s free kick led Italy to 17-9 before Davis’s consecutive three kicks gave the hosts the lead. Italy are in touch, even in the second half, when the Assyrian’s physiological collapse is expected, and the new achievement comes with Dominguez, to which Burke still responds.

Apotheosis

A few minutes later, a possible diversion: a deep Burke kick, and Perth and Vakari leave the ball to Bell without understanding each other and run to the goal. But Italy is not ideal: Troncon Assouri were dragged 22 meters into the Irish, Vakari headed in the goal, and Dominguez converted 30-29. Ireland’s reaction was confusing, with Italy standing firm and ending the game again 37-29. Dominguez is the absolute captain with 22 points. Celebrate an extraordinary Italy, the Irish do not believe it.

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