Sexton to play in World Cup!

Sexton to play in World Cup!

Irish legend Jonathan Sexton (36, 103 caps) extended his contract with the federation on Tuesday to play in the fourth World Cup of his career.

The suspense ended on Tuesday. Jonathan Sexton will continue his international career with the Irish team to compete with XV of Clover in next year’s World Cup in France. Then he will be 38 years old. Four days before the match between England and Ireland for the fourth day of the 6 Nations tournament, the embroidered opening half with 103 caps already on the green jersey extended his contract on Tuesday. “I always say that signing another contract would be an easy decision if I could enjoy my rugby, Ireland and Leinster settings and add value to the environment. Now there are great talents in Leinster, and I’m excited about the prospect of a fourth World Cup with Ireland and the potential for this group to grow. The opener, who was selected to the national team for the first time in November 2009, reacted.

Twelve World Cup matches and three quarters for Sexton

“Johnny’s performances continue to be at an all-time high, and he remains an integral part of the Ireland and Leinster teams. He has always been a leader on the field. His leadership has been first class for the past two years since becoming captain. Johnny is a generational player. David Nucifora was delighted with his part. After 2011 (5 games, 21 points, elimination in the quarter-finals against Wales), 2015 (3 games, 31 points, elimination in the quarter-finals against Argentina), 2019 (4 games, 26 points, elimination in the quarter-finals) against New Zealand), So Jonathan Sexton will play in his fourth World Cup in France, where he will return, playing in Racing 92 between 2013 and 2015, and returning to his lifelong club Leinster.

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