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  • A Scotland hosted Ireland.

  • Gregor Townsend's men, looking for an eighth consecutive home win in the Guinness Six Nations for the first time since the mid 19 seventies.

  • The last time Ireland suffered back to back defeats was in the test series in South Africa in 2016.

  • HomeSide started strongly on were rewarded with a Greg Laidlaw penalty in the seventh minute, but that good work was undone.

  • A couple of minutes later, after Stockdale had kicked ahead, Tommy Seymour tried to pass to Sean Maitland.

  • Connor Murray gleefully accepted the presence Monster number nine skipping over for the opening five pointer of the game.

  • Murray's 13th international try a few will have been easier. 00:00:59.450 --> 00:01:5.320 Johnny Sexton missed the conversion that Ireland had edged ahead in last season's championship. 00:01:5.330 --> 00:01:9.860 Jacob Stockdale was top tryscorer, having crossed seven times on. 00:01:9.860 --> 00:01:26.050 The Ulsterman was at his brilliant best as Ireland extended their lead in the 17th minute, a preplanned move from the Irish pay dividends or Mahoney and Sexton combining before Stockdale raced away in the fashion of an Olympic sprinter he wasn't going to be caught on.

  • It was a second try on the board for Joe Schmitz, man.

  • Superb score from last season's player of the tournament, sex and receiving treatment.

  • Murray out of the extra two points with the boot on it was 12 3 to the man in Green.

  • Scotland had been dominating territorially, but their first try came from inside their own half.

  • With Carvery on for Sexton had his pass intercepted by Finn Russell.

  • Number 10 looked like he'd be over for the tribe before a good tackle from Keith Earns but Russell fan Sam Johnson, who crossed over for his first international try on only his second appearance. 00:02:0.130 --> 00:02:7.070 It was excellent play from Russell with the initial intercept state camp to prop it up for Johnson for a splendid score. 00:02:9.740 --> 00:02:17.160 It was a really special moment from a man born in Queensland on a terrific conversion from Laidlaw, made it 10 points to 12.

  • The final minute of the first half, Scotland came agonizingly close to going back in front with another beautiful move, but to the frustration of the home crowd, the killer passed from Hugh Jones was behind Seymour and it allowed the Irish defensive cover time to hold the Glasgow winger up short of the line.

  • Fine margins make the difference.

  • Ireland held onto a two point lead at the half time break.

  • Carberry may have made the error which led to Scotland's try, but he atoned 15 minutes after halftime with a clever piece of opportunism.

  • Spotting the gap.

  • He had the pace to race away before sending a looping pass wide to Earl's got over for uneasy finish, great strength and carvery to evade the tackles from Alain Delon, Rob Harley and after the T m o check for a forward pass, referee Roman Cuatro awarded the score.

  • Carvery landed the conversion for a 19 points to 10 lead for Ireland was an improved second half performance from the men in Green into the final quarter of the game.

  • Laidlaw on Carvery swapped penalties but Ireland held out for a hard 49 point victory on a first win in this season.

A Scotland hosted Ireland.

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エクステンデッドハイライトスコットランド 13-22 アイルランド (Extended Highlights: Scotland 13-22 Ireland | Guinness Six Nations)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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