The French team recorded their third win in three matches against Scotland (8-28) in Glasgow this Sunday in the Six Nations tournament. But they proved to be approximate again. Match: 8-28 The Les Blues continue their clear round. After receiving the bonus kills Against Italy (39-6) and Ireland (40-5) The French team won the third match of the six-nation tournament against Scotland in Glasgow this Sunday (8-28). Thanks to the excellent point difference, a result that allowed him to join England in first place in points. Read Image from Scotland – France (F) After the start of the match, which was interrupted by accuracy on both sides, the French took control (9th) thanks to the lightning of Lor Sanchez, the author of the first attempt of the match, after a brilliant kick over the defense. The Scots then chased down the ball and chained the sequences but the strong sector tricolor defense from the start of the match shone with its tightness again. Jesse Tremolier (28) and Sanchez (36) once again crossed the in-goal line to give the Blue the air. Captain Gayle Hermet then offered his troops an offensive bonus just before half-time, ending a good move in the middle (40th). After the break, the tricolor exploded and Chloe Rowley saved Scotland’s honor (69th).
Especially undisciplined (conceded 16 penalties), the French did not really guarantee three weeks before facing the English favorites. “We have to give our heads backHermet explained on the microphone of France Television. We take a lot of fines. We are lucky, we win the competition, but it will hurt us badly. ⁇ Les Blues failed to score a single point in the second round. On the other hand, they conceded five points (one unchanged attempt). Player: Jesse Tremolier is a regular back in the chair, having lined up Jesse Tremolier in the absence of Caroline Drew at the opening in Glasgow this Sunday. The best player in the world in 2018 gave a great copy and perfectly played her role as the host of the attack. Above all, Tremolier shone with the quality of his kicking game. Beyond her 100% training in goal shots (4/4), she focused the Scottish team on her camp thanks to her very long clearances. As a symbol of her accuracy, the Romagnat player scored two 50/22, which allowed the Blues to reconcile with their opponent.
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