The incredible comeback of the Venetians over Edinburgh Rugby 28-27, the Emilian franchise is experiencing a sharp 36-3 draw from Northern Ireland
Exciting success on the last breath Benetton Treviso At the United Rugby Championship: the Venetians exceed 28-27 lEdinburgh Rugby Mocks opponents while jumping Marin So take them to the eighth. Instead, the other Italians who were engaged on this second day lost badly: Zebras They lost at home 36-3 against Northern Ireland dell’Ulster Take another defeat after the debut.
Benetton Treviso- Edinburgh Rugby 28-27
The second win in several matches at the United Rugby Championship for Benetton Treviso came after a first-day victory over the Stormers at home 28-27 against Edinburgh Rugby at home. Thanks to a drop of mare that crushed the fruit on the last breath, complete recovery finally comes. The Venetians thus reached eight points, first in the rankings. Ready to go, Trevijiani goes ahead with Luccesi’s goal just four minutes later, however, the transition doesn’t follow. Guests respond and sign a 16 ‘nel tie, with Van der Vault signing the win by replacing football. Benaton won a free kick converted by Albornos in the 21st minute. However, the game was a continuation of the emotions, and in just four minutes Whitecoat converted two attempts (at 24 ‘and 28’) through Van der Vault’s conversion. It was a tough blow for Trevisoy, but Bortolami ‘s men were confident and reduced it to 32’ with Ion (goal) and again Albornos (conversion).
Starting the second half, McNally’s Scottish effort allows Edinburgh to escape 24-15, and at 57 ‘, Marin reduces the distance on a free kick. The Scots manage the achievements and seem to defend themselves, but Treviso accelerates in the final: Luccesi’s goal in the 70th minute and the resulting conversion mark the return of the Italian team: 25-24 from the end. It looks like it’s over, but Van der Vault transforms a free-kick for a counter-over in the 74th minute. It may have been Bennett’s last knockout knock, but in the 84th minute Marin scored an amazing fall, meaning the Italian team won.
The second defeat in several games for the Zebras fell to Ulster after his debut knockout against the Lions. The Northern Ireland team is very strong (leading to a second win), with the Parma-based franchise losing at the start of this United Rugby Championship. It would have been nice to take twenty minutes with a balanced guest throughout the first half and score with Missilroy, in a state of grace today, repeating himself in the 39th minute just before the end. Ricky’s free kick, which deceives the hosts for a moment, between two goals that do not follow conversions: it is 10-3 for Ulster at the break.
The second half began as the first half ended: the Northern Irish made another attempt, this time with Addison, Burns converting for an extra two points. It was a coup for the zebras who could not rise and break accurately between 56 ‘and 62’ with two other goals from Hume and Timony. Emilian, who was subjected to another goal by Timony at the last minute, was a loser for the election, and then Lori transformed the football and made the final result ruthless.
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