Canada finished fifth in wheelchair rugby

The game, which promised to be tight in the first quarter, quickly leaned in favor of Patrick Cote’s contingent. He took the lead in earnest on the second engagement.

The Canadian delegation played an almost perfect match. He gave no change and caused seven.

Alberton Jacques Madel once again shone on the pitch. He alone is responsible for 31 points out of 57 for his team.

Canada did not reach the semi-finals of wheelchair rugby for the first time in its history.

The order was huge for Maple Leafs players. The group he was placed in was made up of several large teams.

United Kingdom in final, first

The British won their semi-final match against the Japanese by a score of 55–49.

The United Kingdom finds itself in the Paralympic final for the first time in its history. The country finished fourth in the Rio Games.

The Japanese tried to neutralize Briton Jim Roberts to limit losses, but to no avail. The star player had an excellent game of 20 tries, 4 steals and 1 turnaround.

The United States takes revenge on Australia

The Americans beat Australia 49-42.

This was a resumption of the final played in Brazil in 2016. Australia won the clash 59-58 in double overtime.

Great Britain and the United States will face each other on Sunday for the gold medal.

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