Sunday, December 10, 2023

Wales beat Australia 40-6 and qualified for the quarterfinals

Wales with a good display of character, scored on 40-6 a australian on Lyon through date 3 from group stage from World Cup and has already secured a place in the quarter finals. For their part, those led by Eddie Jones They were hoping for a miracle to advance to the round, a chance he agreed to all previous editions of the competition. I repeated the game on Star+.

With an electrifying start, where with a vertical passing and kicking game With a lot of pressure to demand the maximum from the opposing defense, los Red dragons They were able to support early with the help of Gareth Davies. Therefore, the team in the ocean has a hard time settling the game, which is shown by the fact that They need several rounds to break the opposing background. However, when they recovered and they achieve greater clarity they added for the first time through two penalties in Ben Donaldson.

After that section, Australia’s best side was seen throughout the match because there were good kicks on the touchline, plus some incredible inaccuracy from the men in Warren Gatland in the dispute for the ball, for several minutes They cornered the British in their own half of the field. However, and despite the unforced errors they had, Wales He did not receive points against again as a result of how good all their lines are which makes it impossible for those led by Eddie Jones.

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Later, once half of first time and when the two teams clarify their idea of ​​the game, those who have the initiative are Los Wallabies although they continued without breaking the smooth defense of the opponent, who became strong in tackles. At the same time, the red dragons They kept scoring points quick attacks with which They found the people of the sea in a bad position and forced them commit repeated offences. Thus, Gareth Anscombe (who came on for the injured Dan Biggar) I noticed three penalties to give your team an advantage 16-6 al holiday.

In complement, Wales He deepened his ball control and completely neutralized an Australian team that was completely bewildered. In that context, Anscombe He hit three more kicks and Nick Tompkins supports a new trial. After that, the pace of the game slowed down a lot due to the posture of the British which already has a very wide difference and They don’t need much effort to cut off their opponent’s attack lanes..

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It is at last, that the story is sentenced, Anscombe scored a drop and Jack Morgan sealed the coverage that gives the final numbers of the match, so the red dragons Obtainable the biggest victory in its history compared to the two-time world champion.


WALES (40): 1. Gareth Thomas, 2. Ryan Elias, 3. Tomas Francis, 4. Will Rowlands, 5. Adam Beard, 6. Aaron Wainwright, 7. Jac Morgan (C), 8. Taulupe Faletau, 9. Gareth Davies, 10. Dan Biggar, 11. Josh Adams, 12. Nick Tompkins, 13. George North, 14. Louis Rees-Zammit, 15. Liam Williams.

Substitutes: 16. Elliot Dee, 17. Corey Domachowski, 18. Henry Thomas, 19. Dafydd Jenkins, 20. Taine Basham, 21. Tomos Williams, 22. Gareth Anscombe, 23. Rio Dyer.

Changes: 11′ Dan Biggar by Gareth Anscombe, 60′ Tomos Williams by Gareth Davies, 67′ Elliot Dee, Corey Domachowski and Henry Thomas by Ryan Elias, Gareth Thomas and Tomas Francis, 71′ Taine Basham, Dafydd Jenkins and Rio Dyer by Aaron Wainwright, Will Rowlands and Louis Rees-Zammit

coaches: Warren Gatland.

AUSTRALIA (6): 1. Angus Bell, 2. David Porecki (C), 3. James Slipper, 4. Nick Frost, 5. Richard Arnold, 6. Robert Leota, 7. Tom Hooper, 8. Rob Valetini, 9. Tate McDermott, 10. Ben Donaldson, 11. Marika Koroibete, 12. Samu Kerevi, 13. Jordan Petaia, 14. Mark Nawaqanitawase 15. Andrew Kellaway.

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Substitutes: 16. Matt Faessler, 17. Blake Schoupp, 18. Pone Fa’amausili 19. Matt Philip, 20. Fraser McReight, 21. Nic White, 22. Carter Gordon, 23. Suli Vunivalu.

Changes: 40′ Pone Fa’amausili by James Slipper, 50′ Carter Gordon by Ben Donaldson, 60′ Suliasi Vunivalu and Matt Faessler by Andrew Kellaway and David Porecki, 66′ Matt Philip by Richard Arnold, 68′ Nic White and Blake Schoupp by Tate McDermott and Angus Bell

coaches: Eddie Jones.

FIRST HALF SCORE: 2′ try by Gareth Davies converted by Dan Biggar (G), 8′ penalty by Ben Donaldson (A), 13′ penalty by Ben Donaldson (A), 20′ penalty by Gareth Anscombe (G), 28′ penalty by Gareth Anscombe (G), 38′ penalty right Gareth Anscombe (G).

Partial results: WALES 16-6 AUSTRALIA

SECOND HALF SCORE: 42′ penalty by Gareth Anscombe (G), 47′ try by Nick Tompkins converted by Gareth Anscombe (G), 51′ penalty by Gareth Anscombe (G), 59′ penalty by Gareth Anscombe (G), 69′ drop by Gareth Anscombe (G), 77′ try by Jac Morgan (G).

Final result: WALES 40-6 AUSTRALIA

Be warned: not there.

REFEREE: Wayne Barnes.


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