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Rugby World Cup: the Blues newspaper, the phrase of the day, the number

This Monday, three days before its second match against Uruguay (Thursday 9 p.

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Rugby World Cup: the Blues newspaper, the phrase of the day, the number

This Monday, three days before its second match against Uruguay (Thursday 9 p.m., in Lille), the French XV will train in front of 3,000 supporters at the Stade du Parc in Rueil-Malmaison, at 4:30 p.m. The opportunity for the Blues to get the machine back on track after a light session, called “clarity”, carried out on Sunday for the 23 players registered on the match sheet against the All Blacks. Tactical work while walking was on the program, so as not to tire anyone, while the ten players not lined up on Friday (Jelonch, Danty, Falatea, Bielle-Biarrey, Chalureau, Couilloud, Hastoy, Macalou, Baille and Bourgarit) had the right to a cardio session.

“I learned the news by a phone call from my brother. After the joy of victory against the All Blacks, there was this shock to learn that an earthquake had hit Morocco. I know that a rather exceptional solidarity is being put in place. It’s a pride to see this international mobilization,” declared Sunday on RMC Abdelatif Benazzi, former captain of the French XV and vice-president of the French Rugby Federation, in reaction to the terrible earthquake which hit his country. origin last Friday. “I know the prefect of the region. It will be necessary to mobilize as many people as possible. World Rugby, France 2023 and the French Rugby Federation will mobilize to provide their support. Something will be done and be heard during France-Uruguay in Lille (Thursday), with support and a global message to help the victims.

On Saturday at the Vélodrome, England scored 27 points against Argentina, all thanks to the foot of George Ford. This is the highest score by a team without a try in a World Cup game excluding extra time (Australia also scored 27 points and no tries against South Africa in 1999, including extra time) .

An essay on history, to be (re)watched in the original version. Despite its heavy defeat (42-12) against Japan on Sunday, Chile enjoyed great pleasure at the Toulouse Stadium. The first scorer in the history of the Condores in the World Cup, Rodrigo Fernandez will remember it for a long time.

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