Rugby, Test match. All blacks bow to Ireland: 29-20 in Dublin; South Africa goes to Scotland

Rugby, Test match.  All blacks bow to Ireland: 29-20 in Dublin;  South Africa goes to Scotland

Ireland-New Zealand 29-20

What a match in Dublin! James Lowe opened the scoring for Ireland in the 13th minute when he found a crack on the right side of the New Zealand defense. It will take some time for the All Blacks to energize against a highly motivated Ireland: here is the guests’ first goal with Cody Taylor on the 32nd. Returning to the field is the Irish monologue: first Ronan Keller, then Caylan Doris go for the goal, then Jonathan Sexton’s foot gives +10 (20-10). Will Jordan’s Invention at 60: Auto Football and His Goal Achieved. Joey Carberry gave Ireland a +6, Ion went for the goal but the forward was canceled. At 10, Barrett scores 23-20, and the finish is electrifying: Carberry scores 26-20 on the clock with a millimeter kick. Carberry signed the final 29-20. This is Greens’ victory – the seventh in a row – and Tutineri’s second defeat in 2021.

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Scotland-South Africa 15-30

South Africa beat Scotland 30-15 at Murrayfield to secure two consecutive wins in their valid European tour of the Autumn Nations Series. Attempts by Macasol Mappimi and points on the legs of Elton Jantz, Handre Pollard and Franz Stein allowed the Springboks to outperform their opponents. Stuart Hogg’s double for Scotland (Scotland’s goal record reached) did not contribute well to Finn Russell’s leg.

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