Representing the fourth day of the Six Nations tournament, Saturday, March 12, was a semi-final match between the English and the Irish at Twickenham. Second and third in the standings, the British fought for second place before the final day of XV de la Rose’s transfer to France. After four attempts, Andy Farrell’s men won the battle.
Sixth Minute: James Lowe strikes from the inside (0-8).
The Irish dominated early in the meeting, with a numerical advantage from the fourth minute of the match and a red card to Charlie Evals. During several periods of play, they went all over the field, with New Zealand-born winger James Low making the first attempt at the end of the match. After passing the first penalty, Jonathan Sexton missed the conversion.
37th: Ireland split before half time (6-15)
From James Lowe’s first attempt, XV de la Rose fought back. Two penalties from his striker Marcus Smith, allowing him to stay in touch, are two smaller points than the Irish. However, the Greens need only one chance to move forward. Three minutes before the break, after the turmoil, they made a new attempt through Hugo Keenan. This time, Jonathan Sexton’s transition passes between the poles, and when he returns to the locker room, Ireland is a little different.
72nd: Irish widening gap (15-25)
Thanks to a controlled but effective game (15-15) the English returned to the draw and doubted the Irish. More precisely in the game of “ping-pong rugby”, the second settles in the English camp. After a long possession, substitute third-rower, Jack Conan, made his third attempt of the match, K.O.
75th: Clover wins XV attack bonus (15-32)
In the context of the third attempt, the Irish will definitely outplay their opponents. The fourth attempt of the day, the bonus, presents a controlled end to the match. Exhausted for more than an hour, arguing against the 14th and 15th, the English exploded.
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