The essentials In the Stade de France, the Blues won at the end of the game against Wales (32: 30) thanks to an attempt by Brice Dulin in the 83rd minute. The French can still claim the coronation even if the mission turns out to be complicated.
The XV of France won extremely this Saturday 20th March against Wales (32-30) on the fifth and final day of the VI Nations tournament.
The VI Nations Tournament appears to be still promised to Alun Wyn Jones’ teammates despite the defeat as France strikes an improved win, 21 points behind Scotland. But French is not impossible
Fabien Galthié’s men are the first to take advantage at the start of the game thanks to an attempt by Romain Taofifénua (5 ‘). A crossover in the first half with a 17-17 draw at break. In the second act, the Welshman scored 13: 3 and retained this advantage until the 76th minute.
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At that moment Charles Ollivon seemed to register one of the two victorious attempts. A few minutes later, when the XV du Leek was thinking of keeping his win (30-27), Brice Dulin, lone left side, scored the test of offensive bonus and victory. Bottom line, 32-30.
The XV of France now have a date on Friday March 26th to play Scotland on their third day late. Postponed due to the Covid-19 epidemic, which hit the French workforce hard.