A meaningless final and the Wallabies who ignore Bleus’ gift by hitting them in the first three scheduled Test matches
Try to describe Australia and France? Impossible given the end of the match that Transalpines practically won (possession at red stopwatch hand) and literally threw them into the trash with a meaningless pass that the Wallabies recovered, then they managed to take the decisive penalty in the final 23-21. What wasn’t lacking was intensity throughout the 80 minutes, which was opened by France’s superb first half and marked by a slow Australian comeback. Two beautiful goals from Villier (an excellent dump by Dante in the second half) and Carbonell immediately provided a partial 0-15 scoring, only by Lolesio and Paenga-Amosa. In the second half, Australia was definitely a favourite, but as has happened so many times in the recent past, the Green and Gold struggled hard to make it happen. France went into the last quarter match leading 13-21, before a group goal by Hopper and the unspeakable final upset everything.
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But what did France coach Galith say after the match? “I just want to think about the next game in Melbourne. However, what happened should not stop our growth trajectory, I want to stress that far from being defeated in Scotland in the 2020 Six Nations, we have always lost in the last game in all the other stops. This It is the reason why we work a lot on the race finals, and obviously we did not anticipate the situation that happened here. In the team, I still don’t know how to manage the group, that is how many players have to change in the second game which will be played a few days after the third game” .
Here are photos of the challenge in Brisbane, first three on the calendar:
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