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Uruguay - France: head in rugby, the XV of France wins without forcing against Uruguay!

Chamboulé by two extra-sporting affairs, the XV of France easily defeated Uruguay in an open friendly match (28-43) this Wednesday evening. Tuilagi and Couilloud scored two tries each to seal the French triumph.

Uruguay - France: head in rugby, the XV of France wins without forcing against Uruguay!

Uruguay 28: 43

Uruguay - France: head in rugby, the XV of France wins without forcing against Uruguay!

END OF LIVE! After tonight's friendly match against à Uruguay, the XV of France will meet Argentina for a second confrontation in a week. The meeting between the Blues and the Pumas will start at 9 p.m. (French time).

9:05 p.m. – The summary of the match

While the XV of France was é disturbed the latter players by the exclusion of Melvyn Jaminet's group for having made remarks à racist character, but also the arrest of Oscar Jegou and Hugo Auradou & following a complaint of sexual assault, the mind was not really turned to the other person. towards rugby for the Blues facing à Uruguay. With a completely revamped XV in which only Couilloud and Baubigny were present facing each other. Argentina last Saturday, the players of Fabien Galthi&eac; got off to the best start thanks to the foot of Léo Berdeu. À In the 10th minute, the opener scored a penalty. and transformed the essay by Baptiste Couilloud, found on the right wing. An early start to the match one way since ten minutes later, the scrum half leaves and scores a try on the counter. Largely led, the Uruguayan locals began to win. à build the game launches. Before the break, the Teros opened the scoring thanks to à their hooker Kessler, author of a powerful essay. Before the break, Berdeu adds two penalties. 

After the break, the Uruguayans got off to the best start and Etcheverry took the space before serving Arcos Perez who flattened. Berdeu added six new points to his tally before the Tuilagi festival. Coming into play, the third row literally walked all over the opposing defense by scoring a double, in three minutes. A smashing entrance for the young hopeful who notably defeated three opponents on his second try. In difficulty in the spaces of conquest at the end of the match, the Blues conceded a penalty try (28-43) to seal the score of the friendly match. In this very particular context, the revamped XV of France imposes itself without forcing and can now concentrate on the second match against Argentina, next Saturday.

21:00 – An indiscipline that costs dearly

While four tries were registered on both sides, the difference in the score was made thanks to the penalties of Léo Berdeu. Indeed, the fly-half presented himself five times in front of the posts to pass five penalties in total.

20:55 – A successful performance

In a very particular context, the lead was not necessarily completely in rugby this evening for the XV of France. But the Blues achieved this. a complete performance in the conquest, in defense and on the offensive plan wherever four tests were carried out marked.

20:50 – Eight essays

Prolific meeting between the XV of France and Uruguay. In a very open meeting, eight tries were scored. registered in total.

In a very open friendly match, the XV of France reshuffledé imposes itself without forcing (28-43) against à Uruguay. Posolo Tuilagi and Baptiste Couilloud each scored two tries in the match.

In difficulty for a few scrimmages, the Blues are cracking this time in their five meters. Angus Mabey awards a penalty trial. There are two minutes left before the siren. 

20:38 – The defense does not tremble

New contentious situation in favor of the Uruguayans but the Blues are not cracking on their line. The referee returns to the decision fault. Mêlée introduction Uruguay.

20:36 – Beria touché

After a new phase of Uruguayan pick and go, Giorgi Beria remains on the ground. The left pillar seems affected; and appears to have started. physically.

20:35 – No test

Angus Mabey n&apos ;no trial for Uruguay. The Blues will clear their camp after a hand well placed under the ball.

20:34 – Dangerous touch

After a new start of play, the Uruguayans push and Joris Jurand clears the ball directly into touch to repel the danger.

20:32 – Les Français p&eacute ;nalisés

À Entering the last ten minutes of play, the Tricolores begin to attack. the fault for the second time in a row and the Uruguayans find a touch ` height of the median line.

On the return, Bianchi recovers the ball after favorable rebounds and bad times. He scores the third Uruguayan try.

Three minutes after his first try, Posolo Tuilagi got rid of three opposing tackles by changing hands before flattening. What a try from the third tricolor line!

After the hour mark, Florent Vanvenberghe serves Posolo Tuilagi who from& Tears opposing tackles to flatten them under the poles. Segonds does not tremble and transforms the attempt.

20:20 – Bamba comes out

While he had replaced Laclayat in the first period, Demba Bamba gives up his place to Sebastien Taofifenua. Posolo Tuilagi replaces Azagoh.

20:17 – Small mistakes

Tarrit wants s&amp ;éescape but he finds himself alone and loses the ball.

20:16 – Uruguay continues

From their camp, the Uruguayans try to move up the field à the hand. The Teros continue transmissions after contact.

20:15 – Segonds comes into play

Author of a successful performance, Léo Berdeu gives up his place to Joris Segonds.

The minutes follow one another and are the same on the lawn of the Charrúa stadium. After another foul from the locals in their 15 meters, Léo Berdeu converts his seventh kick.

20:09 – Change

À in the fiftieth minute of play, Fabien Galthié proceeds & many changes. Jauneau, Peysson and Tarrit come into play in particular while Couilloud, Tixeront and Baubigny are out.

20:07 – Tixeront's counter < /h3>

On an interesting touch in favor of the locals, Killian Tixeront jumps higher than everyone and counters the throw.

< p>Berdeu continues his flawless performance against the poles this evening.

20:05 – Berdeu against the poles

On a new tricolor mix à At the entrance to the opposing 22 meters, the French pack once again makes the difference and Léo Berdeu will attempt the 6/6.

What a combination of Uruguayans! Coming out of the scrum, Etcheverry is served by Inciarte. The scrum-half fakes the pass and takes the space. He serves Arcos Perez who scores the second Uruguayan try. Etcheverry transforms.

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116