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Uruguay has fallen in Wales and closed a great World Cup – 10/13/2019



Uruguay said goodbye this Sunday Rugby World defeated Wales by 35-13, in a match in which Teros heroically endured the Red Dragon's constant onslaught. The meeting, held in the southwestern city of Kumamoto, began with a minute's silence in honor of the victims, who in recent hours had caused a powerful typhoon that engulfed Japan, with a temporary balance of more than 20 dead.

Uruguay maintained a very strong defense throughout the match, resisting repeated Welsh rush. Wales held 66% of their possession throughout the match.

The first try came thanks to left-hander Nicky Smith, who managed to break through the Teros' defense in the 16th minute, and linebacker Leigh Halfpenny transformed and put the score at 7-0. But Uruguay decided to convert a penalty to shorten the distance, and Felipe Berchesi opened the first three points of Terosim (21 & # 39 ;, 7-3). The same thing happened seven minutes later, with another successful conversion of Berchesi from another criminal, so the teams rested 7-6 in favor of the Welsh.

It was the first part in which the Chief Justice, Australian Angus Gardner, overturned three Wales attempts, three times after receiving the assistance of a Video Room Officer (TMO).

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

As the game resumed, Wales tried to convert a penalty in the 42nd minute, but the oval ball that Halfpenny shot hit the right goal and failed to add three points to the British. Wales ’second try came in the 48th minute, thanks to right-winger Josh Adamas (12-6) and a successful conversion by Halfpenny.

The distance in favor of the Red Dragons increased in the 65th minute with a penalty attempt, bringing the score to 21-6. but when Wales seemed to be gaining confidence, Teros showed he was still alive, scoring his only attempt in the 70th minute thanks to Germany's Kessler (21-11) and Berchesi.

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

Uruguay then got a yellow card from the player who got Santiago Civetta, who used Wales for Thomas Williams to score again (73 & # 39 ;, 26-13), with Halfpenny's transformation. Another attempt was made by the Red Dragons in the 76th minute, playing on the left side of Hallam Amos, but the referee canceled it thinking he had no control of the ball. Already at the time of the discount, in the last Wales play he quickly allowed Gareth Davis to add another try (80 & # 39; + 4, 33-13), with the Halfpenny conversion.

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

With this result, Wales took first place in Group D, with 19 points, three more than Australia, while Uruguay came in last place, with 4. Teros' participation in this championship included a surprising victory against Fiji 30-27, in the debut of both teams at this World Cup. Wales' next rival in the quarter-finals will be France, in a match to be played next Sunday in the city of Oita, while Australia will face England the day before, also in Oita

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.

Postcard of Wales' triumph over Uruguay.


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