France-United Kingdom. The French beat English with a score of 25-13 in the final match of the Six Nations Rugby Tournament on Saturday night. Bruce won the tournament for the first time since 2010 and at the same time won the Grand Slam. Check out the match summary.
23:04 – France-DuPont: “I know how fierce this competition is.”
French XV captain Antoine Dupont once again played a decisive role in Bruce’s success against England in a particularly registered attempt this Saturday (25-13). The French scrum-half enjoyed this victory and this Grand Slam with a microphone in France 2 after the last whistle. I have the key to win. I also do Grand Slam. Wonderful. We know how tough this tournament is and how long the people are waiting, so we do that too. Please taste it now. “
11:00 pm – France-Woki: “We can be very proud of ourselves.”
Speaking with a microphone in France 2 shortly after the last whistle of this match between France and England, the second line of France’s Cameron Woki was impressed after this success: “I’m proud today. Throughout the tournament. It was a very tough tournament. We didn’t give up and knew it meant winning this tournament for groups, French and supporters. We are very proud of ourselves. I think the 42 players who accompanied us through this tournament have a long way to go, but today they are rewarded. I am very happy. I can’t believe it. “
22:55 – France wins Six Nations Tournament and Grand Slam
The 25-13 victory against England on Saturday in the Stade de France will allow the French rugby team to win the Six Nations Tournament for the first time since 2010. Bruce also won the 10th Grand Slam in history. 1968, 1977, 1981, 1987, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2004, and therefore 2010.
22:50-It’s over! France beat England (25-13)
This last scrum ended at the Stade de France! Bruce beat England with a score of 25-13, especially thanks to three tries, Fiku (15th), Cross (40th) and DuPont (61st). Steward won the only English attempt in the match (48th).
22:48 – English Scrum will be penalized
At the very end of the game, English is forced to make a mistake in this scrum. Bruce again selects Scrum, moves the clock and gets a little closer to victory …
22:46 – France collects leather
France recovers the ball after an English forward in the last few minutes! With two minutes remaining, Bruce is very close to victory and the Grand Slam. The French camp needs to negotiate this final close quarters …
22:44 – DuPont abandons French status
Exhausted Antoine Dupont was replaced by Luke for the last few minutes of the meeting. Fabien Galthié makes the final changes to restore the team’s strength and maintain these last moments.
22:42 – Intervention by Villière
After a series of plays, returning to the French camp, British troops put pressure on the French line of defense. Smith tries to kick Steward, but Villiers intercepts in front of the in-goal just before the British winger … Stade de France sighs with relief.
22:40 – Great kick from Jaminet
Scrum is well negotiated by a French player who was able to find Melvyn Jaminet. The rear of the tricolor extends a big kick to find a touch in the opposite camp.
22:39 – Close combat on the French camp
Eight minutes after the match ended, the game resumed with the introduction of Scrum and France on the 22-meter line of the Bruce camp. I feel nervous on the grass and in this French stadium …
22:36-Dombrandt close to the test
The British tried to put pressure on France at the end of the match and hit again after the tricolor foul. It is well negotiated by Rose’s XV, the ball is alive, Dombrand hits from a distance and pierces the line of defense, but cannot be flattened by the in-goal firmly held by the French defender. Bruce raises at his feet.
22:33 – France’s melee attack is penalized
French Scrum is penalized by Mr. Paper. Eleven minutes after the end of the match, English will not score points and will be contacted at 22 French meters.
22:31 – Kick from DuPont is too long
Antoine Dupont wants to soften his team by hitting a huge kick from his side, but the ball goes behind the in-goal. Therefore, at the kicking location 30 meters from the French in-goal on the left side of the field, you will be introduced to Scrum, England.
22:28-English is difficult
The British resumed this second period very well by returning to 5 points from the French who had to hunt down before scoring on the first chance. Rose’s XV needs to find resources to get back to this match …
22:25-Jaminet (25-13) without problems
Melvyn Jaminet is fine with passing this transformation very slightly to the left towards the poles. France resumed a 12-point lead in the match with less than 20 minutes remaining.