Japan on Saturday for an overwhelming surprise to the world CHAMPIONSHIP, rugby, and taken care of. The host nation, was in his second groepsduel with a 19-12 too strong for the republic of Ireland, which was one of the favourites to be the tournament started.
In Shizuoka came to be the People with between 3 and 12, but in Japan the bow of the backlog to be an unexpected advantage.
Yu Tamura was the four took advantage of a penalty and a conversion for the big man to the opposite side of the country. Kenki Fukuoka was a try for the rest of the points.
At the last world cup in 2015 in England, made in Japan for a day by the professional country of South Africa, with a 34-32 defeat. Japan had participated in all eight previous world CHAMPIONSHIPS, and advanced in all of those tournaments, and only four wins. The Asian team managed to never in the knock-out stages to pick it up.
Ireland’s got seven of the eight world cup’s, each time, the knock-out stages. Only in 2007, the combined team of Ireland and Northern Ireland are not in it.
With three victories in the last six Six Nations tournaments in Ireland, as one of the favourites for this world cup. In group b of the world cup in Japan and posted an Ireland victory in Scotland, and that it must be the fear of an early elimination. Japan has won the openingsduel of the Russian federation.
Position in group A of world cup rugby
- 1. Japan 2-9
- 2. Ireland, from 2 to 6
- 3. Samoa, 1 to 5
- 4. Scotland 1-0
- 5. Russia 2-0
Victories for South Africa and Argentina
One of the other favourites for the final victory, for South Africa, it reported Saturday, there was a large victory on south korea. Africa’s tête-à-tête ended in a 57-3. This restoration of the “Springboks”) is located on the left of the openingsduel New Zealand last week.
Earlier on Saturday, won the Argentina 28-12 on Tonga in the group in which England and France are favourites to make the quarter-finals to pick it up.
In the final match of the world cup on the 2nd of november, will be played.
Japanese fans celebrate in the stands. (Photo: Pro-Shots)