Ireland ‘on fire’ after All Blacks’ conquest of Argentina

Ireland 'on fire' after All Blacks' conquest of Argentina

One week after the beautiful win over New Zealand, in Dublin, coach Farrell’s team found the back of the net for a wrong start with a try, scoring seven times: Van der Flyer (2), along with Porter, Doris, Sheehan, Healy and Bayern. Final 53-7

Roberto Pareto

Roberto Parretta

One week after their beautiful victory over the All Blacks, Ireland confirmed that they were in good form, beating Argentina 53-7 in Dublin in the match that ended the Ottoman Nations series program. Coach Andy Farrell’s team thus ends its engagement series with 3 wins (first pleasure against Japan), while returning home to France with the booty saved by the defeat of losing coach Mario Ledesma’s Pumas Treviso. Above Italy.

Trice

The start of the match is electrifying: with the Irish defense drawn by the opponents’ forwards, and with the beautiful hands of the Argentines skillfully explored, Puemas soon arrives on goal with Matteo Carreras. The one on the right, wide, mocking the cover by turning inside to fly under the poles (transformed by Emiliano Bofelli). However, the Irish reaction is furious: Joey Carberry soon scores on a set, then moves on from a 5m touchdown to Ronan Keller’s move to Josh van der Flier.

At age 23, Trocker paves the way for them, but then always gets the job done, and the second line opens the door for Tadg Bayern to prop Andrew Porter (Carberry transforms them both). After Bofelli’s 40-meter ace, Ireland knocked down the Trio: forwards sank back into the 22nd until No. 8 Seelan Doris decided to break through alone in the middle of the BiancoCellesty jerseys. Carbury transforms, and at intervals it remains 24-7.

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Rosso

Argentina got off to a decisive start early in the second half but unlike the first half they swallowed a great opportunity, giving their opponents a touch in the 5m. So the first points were signed by Carberry from the 50 ‘pitch. Pablo stops another dangerous Irish attack with a manual forward, collects the necessary yellow card and signs the Carberry +20. In the 57 ‘long and exhausting Irish invasion of 22, the van der Flyer is the van der Flyer (Carberry transformed) until he becomes the van der Flyer again.

A few minutes later, a tackle from Cian Healy from the neck of Thomas Lavani turned Argentina’s second line red. At age 65, Healy goes for the goal, but loses control of the ball a moment ago, so the referee does not validate it, but two minutes later, substitute hooker Dan Sheehan signed in fifth, crowning his Pakistan team’s job. First contact, then mole. At 73 ‘Healy completes it, falling down a few steps after another Irish attack at 5m: Prop, who took over in the second half, holds his hand firmly as he breaks the ball this time.

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