Rugby 7, World Championships London 2023: Argentina wins. Australia separates the last ticket to Paris 2024

    Rugby 7, World Championships London 2023: Argentina wins.  Australia separates the last ticket to Paris 2024

    The final leg of the World Rugby Sevens series is over and there has been plenty of play in London. If the All Blacks 7s are now sporting champions for 2023, in fact, there are still two spots up for grabs at the 2024 Olympics. Fiji had already mathematically defeated him yesterday, while Australia and Samoa were fighting for the last pass to Paris. Let’s see how it goes.

    the Quarterfinals They were immediately decisive in the Olympic race and if it began with the victory of Argentina over Ireland 28-14, then the first important result was the victory of Samoa over Great Britain 12-5. The semi-finals have been overcome and the Olympic dream is still alive. Lively, soon after, when Fiji beat Australia 19-5, stopping the series of Wallabies 7s, who now had to finish the tournament in the best way possible and hope to knock out Samoa. Finally, the final quarter saw New Zealand struggle, but eventually beat France 19-17.

    in Semi-finals It started with Samoa vs Argentina, a crucial match for Salamiya. However, after leading for a long time, the try that gives Argentina the victory 10-7 arrives and, in fact, qualifies Australia for the Olympic Games in Paris 2024. In the other semi-final, surprisingly, the All Blacks fell 7 seconds down 19-17 to Fiji .

    there the last He sees Fiji start better, which after a minute of play are already leading thanks to a try from Filipe Sauturaga. However, Argentina responded, as it equalized in the third minute with a goal from German Schultz, and in the fifth minute it took the lead with a try from Marcos Moneta, which deserved 14-7, which we go into the second half. However, the Fijians still started the second half in the best way possible, despite Jozy Patirirega being sent off, and they did it again with Felipe Sottoraga for 14-14. Argentina scored again early in the second half, Rodrigo Esgro scoring, while the South Americans took a 21-14 lead. And Argentina running away, doing it with a stolen line-up, then getting the ball to Esgro again at 28-14 and now the drop man weighs a lot in Fiji. The Fijians who miss the opportunity in the counter-attack to reopen the games, and therefore, the second attempt of Moneta, the number 100 in the World Championships, closes the speech and Argentina is the champion of London by imposing 35-14. In Paris 2024, after the World Rugby Sevens series, he moved on to New Zealand, Argentina, Fiji and Australia.

    Photo: Mike Lee – KLC World Rugby Pictures

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