After making the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup in France, Sebastian Vahamahina (28) announced his retirement as an international, due to his blasphemous elbow strike. In his words, he made this decision before the start of the World Cup, and had nothing to do with the red card he received this weekend.
Wahmahina’s images of dishonesty at last weekend’s Rugby World Cup spoke for themselves: The French intentionally handed a rock-hard elbow in front of Aaron Aaron Wainwright of Wales. Wahmahina was ruled and France led 10–19: 20–19.
Wahmahina was Schlemiel, quite furious at her and announced on Monday – on her 28th birthday – that she was leaving as an international. A decision he said had already been made before the World Cup began. “It is true that this was my last match for the French national team, this makes it even more difficult.” He said, “A few months ago I had to quit the job and that’s why I wanted to do the best job. To be able to stop in the best way. “
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It is an understanding that “stopping in the best possible way” did not make him very successful. Clement’s rugby player is reminiscent of Zinedine Zidan, his illustrious football compatriot, who defeated rival Marco Materazzi in his last match for France. Zidane turned red and France ultimately lost the World Cup final to Italy on penalties.
Wahmahina apologized to Wainwright for an elbow. He said, “My way of playing and the situation in which I demand a lot of aggression.” The aggression that I should have kept under control, but I could not. I am sorry, it was spontaneous and uncontrolled, but that does not mean that I am any less responsible for it. “