VIDEO. France-Afrique du Sud : le ballon porté surpuissant des Bleus qui mène au premier essai du XV de France inscrit par Cyril Baille

l’essentiel Les Bleus ont débuté leur match de la meilleure des manières en inscrivant un essai dès le début de rencontre, ce dimanche soir lors des quarts de finale de Coupe du monde de rugby 2023 face à l’Afrique du Sud.

On Sunday evening, on the field of Stade de France, the French team started their match against South Africa perfectly by scoring the first try of the game after only five minutes of play. It was a brilliantly executed try by the French XV, who immediately imposed their power on their opponents, as seen in the impressive maul led by Uini Atonio with Jonathan Danty and Thibaud Flament by his side.


The French pillar finds themselves on the sidelines and only has to touch down.

?? France 7-0 Afrique du Sud ?? #FRAvRSA #RWC2023 #FRAvAFS #FRAAFS #rugbyworldcup2023 #XVdeFrance #UnisPourUnReve

— Le Top14 Pas Officiel (@Top14PasOff_Bis) October 15, 2023

Following Cameron Woki’s breakthrough, Antoine Dupont, the captain of the French team, returned after nearly a month since his cheek injury against Namibia, and passed to Damian Penaud who, in one go, provided the first try to Cyril Baille from Toulouse. A few minutes earlier, thanks to a kick from Antoine Dupont, Louis Bielle-Biarrey was already very close to scoring in the Springboks’ try zone.

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