Summary Video. 6 nations. Ireland put pressure on France with attacking bonus against England

6 nation tournament. The most important match for the Blues is England-Ireland?The Blues, the winners of Wales, certainly watched the match between England and Ireland with great attention. Since Marcosis, they’ve seen a red card Charlie Ewells from the second minute for a dangerous tackle. After this, the Irish score was seen by Lowe (5th) with a great effort. Like many observers, he may have thought that Clover’s XV had left for a lone rider in this part when a second attempt was made by Kellan Doris. But looking ahead during the action, the tricolor official refused to realize the exact nature. Since then, the British have taken over, especially thanks to their excellent scrum. Thus he has collected many punishments in this area.
A match rich in lessons for Habs, who saw Her Majesty’s subjects not let go at 15 against 14 and will need to be solid at the Scrum at Saint-Denis on Saturday.

We were then headed for a tight score at the break, 6-8, but the Irish, after a long weak period, were at fault thanks to a quick Gibson-Park penalty for Keenan in front of the in-goal. (6-15). Smith’s final penalty before the break allowed England to close the gap. But it never managed to find fault in the Irish defence. At the hour mark, however, victory had not chosen his side (15–15). And it took the last ten minutes to watch Ireland struggle, watching Eddie Jones’s men bow down. Conan then crossed the chalk line to offer Beilham the offensive bonus to Clover XV. With this success, Ireland are in the race for the title more than ever before. The Blues are warned, they have to be effective in melee, but also under high balls and in combat.

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