The Red Dragons beat the Wallabies 40-6, who now have one leg out of the tournament, and could face Los Pumas in the near future.
The Sunday of Rugby World Cup 2023 He left two entertaining games. In the first turn, Scotland beat Tonga 45-17of Group B. Then, in the main course of the day, Wales destroyed Australia 40-6of Group C. The Red dragons They qualified for the quarterfinals and could be their rivals that time The Pumas.
Scotland got their first victory over Tonga
He Thistle He fell on his debut against South Africa and needed a win. Now, against the island group, he has done it and has solvency. Thanks for seven scores and five conversions Finn Russellwon 45 to 17. The fearsome wing stood out Duhan van der Merwe.
The next day, Scotland will face Romania. And to close, Ireland must be defeatedthat seems invincible.
Wales sinks into Australia
What looked like a good game ended in defeat: Wales outplayed Australia and beat them in a landslide, 40 to 6. This result leaves two facts. On one hand, The Red dragons they made it to the quarterfinalswhere faces can be seen against The Pumas. For others, The Wallabieswho just lost to Fiji, now have one foot out of the World Cup. Barring a miracle, they will go home after the group stage for the first time in their history.
Today’s matches, Sunday, for the 2023 Rugby World Cup: results
- Scotland 45 – Tonga 17 | Group B | Stadium: Allianz Riviera, Nice
- Wales 40 – Australia 6 | Group C | Stadium: Groupama Stadium, Lyon
Rugby World Cup 2023, LIVE: where to watch on TV and ONLINE
- Channels 103 of Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
- DirecTV Channels 621 (SD) and 1621 (HD)
- Telecentro Channels 105 (SD) and 1011 (HD)
- Channels 102 of Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
- DirecTV Channels 622 (SD) and 1622 (HD)
- Telecentro Channels 104 (SD) and 1009 (HD)
- Channels 104 of Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
- DirecTV Channels 623 (SD) and 1623 (HD)
- Telecentro Channel 1012 (HD)
Along with this, It can be watched live in Argentina on Star+, the streaming service offered by ESPN. There are two easy ways to contract it: first, for 1,749 pesos per month, and the other option is to buy it annually for $14,692.
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