Chile Defeated Canada 33 to 24 and France relied on a series of qualifications to qualify for 2023. In this way, Condors They leave the North American rival who did not play in the World Cup for the first time in their history and continue their dream in the next edition of the tournament.
A real Test match, with the high risks and benefits of this match, both teams wanted to come and get points. The first scorer was Canada, with its opening, Peter Nelson, opening the account for attendance. From there it was a solo of Chile, he played very strategic but precise rugby and kept the visit away from their motives. Rodrigo Fernandez, after a ball he had won in the air, cut the lead line and he went under positions to support only one attempt of the first half.
In the second half, Canada came out thirsty to come back and were able to score quickly with the most powerful weapon Mall. Following the action, the game became a tour. Both teams reached the goal, but Chile already made a difference. Among the highlights of the match was Rodrigo Fernandez, who always broke the lead and remembered a try and assist, while his entire Santiago Videla was 100% talented and scored 23 of 33 points.
In this way, Los Condors is firmly in the illusion of being in the 2023 World Cup in France, and now Uruguay or the US will be waiting for that place.
Chile (33): 1. Javier Carrasco, 2. Augusto Bohme, 3. Matthias Titus, 4. Clement Savetra, 5. Javier Iceman, 6. Martin Sigren (C), 7. Raimundo Martinez, 8. Alfonso Escobar, 9. Marcelo Dorielpa, 10. Rodrigo Fernandez, 11. Franco Velarde, 12. Matos Carafulic, 13. Domingo Savetra, 14. Nicolas Carafulic, 15. Santiago Videla.
Substitutes: 16. Thomas Dussiland, 17. Vittorio Lostra, 18. Salvador Luce, 19. Augusto Sarmiento, 20. Thomas Orchard, 21. Isaac Ayersa, 22. Jose Lorenas, 23. Nicholas Herros.
changes: SD: 4 ‘by Javier Carasco’s Vittorio Lostra, 16’ by Franco Velarde, 24 ‘by Nicolas Herreros and Augusto Sermiento’s Marcelo Torelpa and Xavier Iceman, Augusto Bohme, 28’ by Salvador Los and Madora Nicos 35 ‘
Coach: Pablo Lemoine.
Canada (24): 1. Djustice Sears-Duru, 2. Eric Howard, 3. Tyler Rowland, 4. Corey Thomas, 5. Kyle Baillie, 6. Tyler Ardron, 7. Lucas Rumball, (C) 8. Siaki Vikilani, 9. Ross Braude, 10. Peter Nelson, 11. Kinova Lloyd, 12. Spencer Jones, 13. Ben Lesage, 14. Brock Webster, 15. Patrick Barfray.
Replace: 16. Andrew Quadrin, 17. Cole Keith, 18. Matt Dearney, 19. Connor Keys, 20. Michael Smith, 21. Rob Bowie, 22. Jason Higgins, 23. Quinn Nagwati
changes: SD: 18 ‘Eric Howard’s Andrew Quadrin and Tyler Roland’s Matt Dearney, 21’s Siaki Vikalani’s temporary goalie Cole Keith, 28’ Core Thomas for Connor Keys and Ross Proud for Jason Higgins, Peter Nelson ’35’s Rob Bowie.
Coach: Kingsley Jones.
First time points: 4 ‘Penalty by Peter Nelson (CAN), 8’ penalty by Santiago Videla (CHI), 16 ‘penalty by Santiago Videla (CHI), 23’ try by Rodrigo Fernandes and 34 ‘penalty by Videla (CHI).
Part End: Chile 16 – Canada3.
Second-time points: 6 ‘Eric Howard’s attempt and Peter Nelson’s (CAN) change Nelson (CAN), 28’ Santiago Videla’s attempt, Santiago Videla’s change, 39 ‘Kinova Lloyd’s attempt and Rob Bowie’s change.
Final score: Chile 33 – Canada24.
Basketball Ground: Chile
Referee: Juri Rivero.
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