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The England national team accepts reprehensible non-playing behavior that could be detrimental to Canada

The England national team accepts reprehensible non-playing behavior that could be detrimental to Canada

Aiming to beat Canada in the Rugby Sevens in Toulouse, France this weekend, the England team today took a reprehensible non-game behavior in the defeat (19-7) against Las Poomas.

Separated from all values ​​of a fair game, the British players maintained the consistent position of holding the ball in Argentina’s innings and consuming the final minutes of the game and getting the goal difference needed to advance to the quarter-finals.

Poomas won 19-0, until then the Group A points were tied at points between the three teams, +50 for Argentina, +14 for the Canadians and +11 for the English.

If Will Horner had penetrated the “blue-and-white” defense and scored a try, there was a risk that England would face another goal the rest of the time, which could have prevented them from reaching the final.

So, in the midst of an embarrassing situation the British player, holding the ball in his hand, looked at the bench and waited for some signs. Referee Finley Brown failed in his request to restart the game, and the Argentines did not succeed in approaching their opponent and forcing him to score.

Thus, England, the birthplace of rugby – supported the effort at the end of the season and reduced the difference in goals to their ticket to the quarterfinals by successive shifts on sticks, on one occasion they were eliminated by Samoa (26. -24).

“Unique. Strange. Controversial. Time seems to have stalled in Toulouse because England deliberately delayed their attempt to reach the quarter-finals, and Argentina, along with six others and qualifiers, left them,” the official account said. Controversial definition of competition. (தெலாம்)

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