Ireland beat Wales at the start of the Six Nations

At the start of the 128th version of the rugby tournament, Andy Farrell’s side beat the defending champions 29-7 in Dublin.

The action began in the 128th version of the Six Nations of Rugby. The tournament, which brings together Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales, France and Italy, started in Dublin.

Ireland, which imposed its locality, had a good start and easily beat Wales 29-7 .

Current title defender Wales came decimated to defend their crown as before the start of the tournament they suffered numerous injuries which left them without key figures such as Alun Wyn Jones, Ken Owens, Taulupe. Faletau, among others.

As for the game, those directed by Andy Farrell were superior from start to finish. Ireland looked solid in their lines and had no problem making a big difference in Aviva’s field and thus adding their first victory in the competition. .

Now, on the second day of the championship, Ireland will visit France on February 12 at the Stade de France, in Paris . Meanwhile, on the same day, Wales host Scotland who are looking to redeem themselves from defeat.

Finally, the meeting that will close the next date will be that of Italy and England. On this occasion, the Italians, on February 13, will be the premises of the Olympic Stadium.

Source: Latercera

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