Japan has set itself on Sunday qualified for the quarter-finals of the world cup of rugby in their own country, in the last groepsduel to deal with a direct competitor in the uk. The Divisions in the 28-21 defeat in Yokohama is turned off.
Scotland, with a difference of less than eight will need to win Japan to the last eight, to pick it up. The team’s coach, Gregor Townsend, was a, who have to meet a minimum of four try to score a goal, but only came up with three.
In Japan it is the fourth victory in four groepsduels the winner of group A, and for the first time in the history of the quarter-finals of the world cup. In it is South Africa, next Sunday’s opponent.
Four years ago, he saved the Asian team, despite three wins in four games for the eighth world cup in a row, not in the round-robin group stage.
Scotland, ending with eleven points, third in group A. Ireland, and that Saturday, with a 47-5 won by Samoa, as the number of two through to the knock-out stages.
The Scots took seven of the last eight world CHAMPIONSHIPS, however, in the last eight. Only in 2011, the race to Scotland in the group stage.
Japan wrote history by reaching the quarter-finals. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
Continue the duel was a long time uncertain because of the typhoon
It was because of typhoon Hagibis, which is especially a Saturday, a lot of damage in Japan, as long as it is uncertain whether this is the crucial match between Japan and Scotland would be able to continue.
The Scots stepped up to 24 hours prior to the start of the race, to be sure, to the right in order to avoid that the game would be cancelled, and they are looking for a place in the knock-out stages, but with the world cup organization, a certain Sunday, and that it is safe enough for the match to take place.
Earlier this weekend, the games are New Zealand, Italy, Namibia, Canada, and England, France did not played because of Hagibis, and converted it into a proper tie. This was particularly annoying in the case of Italy, that is a victory against the defending champion New Zealand, had yet to qualify for the quarter-finals.
Wales and Uruguay, were able to on Sunday but act in But. Wales to win 35-13, and he qualified as winner of group D in the quarter-finals. In Uruguay, it was the fifth and last one.
Semi-final world cup rugby
- 19 October: England-Australia
- October 19-New Zealand-republic of Ireland
- 20 November: Wales-France
- 20 November: Japan, South Africa,