Rugby: The “French-style” Barbarian insults England

L'ouvreur de l'équipe d'Angleterre Marcus Smith lors du match du Tournoi des six nations contre l'Irlande, le 12 mars 2022 au stade de Twickeham à Londres      (AFP/Archives - Glyn KIRK)

The “French Flare” was blown away by the British Barbarians, who were reduced to fourteen throughout the second period, and on Sunday at Twickenham, the English (52-21), with their strong French team, gave a lesson in rugby in the eyes of a maniac. Fabian Galti.

The ‘Sauce Blue’ ba-bass spent eight attempts on the Blunt XV de la Rose before heading to Australia for their summer tour.

The Blues coach, who was invited to lead the Barbarians in the wake of their successful Grand Slam at the last Six Nations tournament, took advantage of this glorious match and watched several players before the tour of Japan, ten French players. Time, sending, and four others are playing in the top 14.

Lester, who played in the English Championship final on the same turf 24 hours ago, was frustrated by the absence of the Saracens players and Eddie Jones lost Alexis at the last minute. Kneeling. But these shortcomings do not explain everything.

England fly-half Marcus Smith (AFP / Archives – Glyn KIRK) during the Six Nations tournament match against Ireland on March 12, 2022 at Twickham Stadium in London.

There’s something to worry about before a dangerous tour of Australia, as the XV de la Rose ‘own possession in addition to opener Marcus Smith – despite a lot of wastage in the transition – has been well received by the English. Average match.

On the contrary, starting with the excellent form of Damien Penaud, there are many reasons to satisfy Galti.

– The French performed a show –

Johnny May misses an attempt by a striker – a penalty try and a yellow card to the English winger (3-7, 18th) – and Pennode offers himself a double on an obstacle (11-19, 38) and an acrobatic attempt at the end of the line ( 16-31, 55).

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French XV winger Damien Penaud (AFP / Archives - FRANCK FIFE) vs England in the Sixth Nations Tournament in Stade de France on March 19, 2022
French XV winger Damien Penaud (AFP / Archives – FRANCK FIFE) vs England in the Sixth Nations Tournament in Stade de France on March 19, 2022

Barbarians captain Charles Oliven scored a solo try, blocking the ball in the 22nd minute before crossing the entire field, and the scoring half resisted the return of Harry Randall, flattening under the posts (3-14, 24e).

Not even a red card from Australian second-seeded La Rochelle Will Schletton (38th) was wasted on a shoulder slap in the face by Exeter’s striker Patrick Schickirling, who did not leave the field after the break. Party.

The French continued a display like the ball stolen by Hooker Pierre Burgart, and after the brilliant advance of Yon Tonga, the Baptist Cowlod (11-26, 46th) led a tactical effort.

What about this magnificently doomed bell-shaped pass from Nolan Le Garek, who got Louis Carburnal on goal (21-38, 68th)? Behind the line of Max Spring (21-45, 75th)?

In the final moments, Antoine Hashtoi, after ten games, went in there with his effort (21-52, 80th) and completed the Blues’ performance, which would cause some trouble for Galti to complete his list to Japan. Coke-a-doodle doo!

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