The 20-31 loss to the Glasgow Warriors at the Lanfranchi Stadium in Parma is a direct challenge to the fourth place finish in Group A of the Guinness Book of World Records.
In the 14th round of the tournament, two goals for the advancing multicolor, partially at the end of the first half and large in the second half. The Race final However, not all guests find the target of the offense bonus point.
The game that struggles to get out in the first minutes of the game: Zebras ‘wrong touch ignites the Warriors’ attack, but continues to move forward. After the introduction of a closed melee and Pierre Bruno’s first offensive flicker, the challenge ends in a violent confrontation. Byontelli e Brown, Both from the pitch Medical examinations.
At the resumption of the feats they are subjected to a multicolor attack and get their first mistake in favor and convert with Peseto’s foot. Time is 11 minutes and Peseto’s leg responds to Thomson, signing the first 3 points when we are 11 years old.
In 16th place, Rimpelli’s excellent performance in the second closed scrum of the match led to a second free kick on Coach Bradley’s XV. Genoese showed up again on the No. 10 pitch but missed his second long range attempt.
The Scots closed their revenge in the 21st minute. The Oval arrives in the hands of McLean, who finds a foot for himself. Hugh Jones was the fastest to go to the dungeon to overtake the players in the White Jersey, with Thompson finishing the game with 7 points.
Wilson and teammates don’t seem to want to put their foot down from the accelerator and put too much pressure on the Italians, touch the goal with McLean if there is no last minute tackle Captain Bonnie, Are forced to leave the camp prematurely.
In the development of the action, Brescia receives a yellow card from player Andrea Piardi and is caught by Livasa offside. In this first half final, Zebras went overboard and on the ropes: another temporary intervention by Palasani saves a goal from opponent’s No. 14.
However, at the moment of the greatest difficulty Burn Of Zebras, Scored twice with a changed Bellini! Multicolors lead to the sound of charges, and the No. 11 victory is good for taking assists and overcoming his team to take the last 10 meters of the field ball in hand. Peseto scoring for Federal franchise athletes and the first half ends 17-10.
The best opening opener for the home team that prompted the referee to extract a second yellow card, this time at the expense of No. 15 Ollie Smith, was punished for voluntarily intercepting a pass. In a situation with double numbers, it is difficult for the zebras to move partially and the ball blurs a lot of chances.
The first points of the second half were kicked off and reached 53 ‘ Peseto It punishes the Glasgow Warriors’ seventh offense, bringing their own lives beyond the break.
However, the distance on the score is temporary: once numerical equality is restored, the Scots do not struggle to find their way to the goal. Newcomer Keatley reads the inconsistency and avoids Manfredi’s tackle attempt. Dobby. Editing posts will be Irish n ° 22 and the score will drop to three lengths.
The inaction of the match, who smiled at Wilson and his teammates who continued to put too much pressure on the attack on the Italians, had to seek refuge indiscriminately. At the expense of Enrico Luchin, who was to sit on the penalty bench for ten minutes at 67, the British took advantage of this and found the third and fourth markings signed by Gordon and Grigg. Keatley Makes three thirds off the pitch, which brings out the score 20-31 When we were 74.
Zebras will meet on Monday, March 8 at the Citadel of Rugby in Parma. Training week begins with the 15th and final round of the Guinness Book of World Records PRO14, which takes place on Friday 12 March at 6.45pm at the Lanfranchi Stadium in Parma. Irish of Leinster.
Zebre – Glasgow Warriors 20-31 (Pages 17-10)
Markers: 7 ‘CP Peseto (3-0), 11’ CP Thompson (3-3), 23 ‘Jones Tro Thompson (3-10), 38’ Bellini Tra Peseto (10-10), 40 ‘Bellini Tra Peseto (17’ -10); st 53 ‘cp Pescetto (20-10), 57’ Dobie tr Keatley (20-17), 67 ‘Gordon tr Keatley (20-24), 74’ Grigg tr Keatley (20-31)
Zebra Rugby Club: Byontelli (5 ‘Risi), Bruno, Bonnie (cap) (30’ di Giulio), Luchin, Bellini, Pesetto (65 ‘Casilio), Palasani, Giamarioli, Livasa, Maselli (60’ Alimalo), Nagil, Ortiz (57) ‘Kearney), Bello (69’ Nocera), Fabiani (40 ‘Manfredi), Rimpelli (60’ Buenfiglio); Everything. Bradley
Glasgow Warriors: Smith, McLean, Jones, Johnson, Forbes, Thompson (54 ‘Keatley), Dobby (60’ Kennedy), Wilson (cap), Gordon (69 ‘Mathews), Brown (5’ Nakarava), Bain (74 ‘ Scott), Harley, Pierre (24 ‘Ray, 36’ Pierre), Stuart (72 ‘Brown), Cable (72’ Evans); Everything. Wilson
Referee: Andrea Piardi (Italian Rugby Federation)
Soccer players: Paulo Peseto (Zebrae Rugby Club) 4/5; Ross Thompson (Glasgow Warriors) 2/2; Ian Keatley (Glasgow Warriors) 3/3
Hang tags: 29 ‘Pottu Junior Livasa (Zebrey Rugby Club) Yellow Card, Sam Johnson (Glasgow Warriors) 38’ Yellow Card, Olly Smith (Glasgow Warriors) 44 ‘Yellow Card, Enrico Luchin 68’ Yellow Card (Zebrey Rugby Club)
The player in the match: Thomas Gordon (Glasgow Warriors)
Points in Standings: Zebrae Rugby Club 0, Glasgow Warriors 5
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