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It's all over! The referee has blown their whistle to end the game.

80'
Conversion

Rikiya Matsuda converts the try.

80'
Try

Japan are stopped just a few metres from the try line but Warner Dearns picks up from the base of the ruck to score the try.

78'
Conversion

Rikiya Matsuda has kicked a conversion.

72'
Try

Ryoto Nakamura scores the try from close range.

70'

A gap opened in the defence and Ryoto Nakamura took full advantage.

70'

That's a great try assist by Naoto Saito.

70'

Chile make a substitution with Inaki Gurruchaga coming on.

67'

Chile make a substitution with Matias Dittus coming off.

67'

Chile sub Pablo Huete comes onto the field.

64'

Clemente Saavedra departs for Chile.

64'

Japan sub Tomoki Osada comes onto the field.

62'

Jone Naikabula departs for Japan.

62'

Chile sub Lukas Carvallo comes onto the field.

60'

Inaki Ayarza departs for Chile.

60'

Japan sub Naoto Saito comes onto the field.

60'

Yutaka Nagare departs for Japan.

60'

The defensive line has been broken as Inaki Ayarza goes through the gap.

60'

Ignacio Silva comes on for Chile.

57'

Raimundo Martinez leaves the field.

57'

Augusto Bohme comes on for Chile.

57'

Diego Escobar leaves the field.

57'

Craig Millar comes on for Japan.

57'

Keita Inagaki leaves the field.

57'

Lomano Lemeki comes on for Japan.

55'

Semisi Masirewa leaves the field.

55'

Jose Ignacio Larenas comes on for Chile.

55'

Franco Velarde leaves the field.

55'

Santiago Pedrero comes on for Chile.

55'

Javier Eissmann leaves the field.

55'

Warner Dearns comes on.

54'

Amanaki Saumaki comes off.

54'

Salvador Lues comes on.

54'

Javier Carrasco comes off.

54'
Conversion

The touch judges raise their flags as Rikiya Matsuda kicks the conversion.

53'
Try

Nothing was going to stop Michael Leitch from scoring as they record the try for Japan.

52'

That's a great try assist by Yutaka Nagare.

52'

What a run here by Ryoto Nakamura as they get over the gainline!

51'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Shota Fukui getting some game time.

49'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Kanji Shimokawa being replaced.

49'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Shota Horie getting some game time.

49'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Atsushi Sakate being replaced.

49'

Santiago Videla has hooked the conversion to the right of the posts.

49'
Try

The defence are desperately trying to hold out here but it was to no avail as Alfonso Escobar dots the ball down from close range.

47'

Clemente Saavedra makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

45'
Yellow Card

Dylan Riley (Japan) is shown a yellow card

45'

Kotaro Matsushima makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

44'

Marcelo Torrealba makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

42'

Fabulous play by Japan has led to Semisi Masirewa being able to wriggle through a gap.

41'

Japan make a substitution with Asaeli Ai Valu coming on.

40'

Japan make a substitution with Jiwon Gu coming off.

40'

The second half kicks off.

40'

The half-time whistle blows and both teams head for the dressing rooms.

41'
Conversion

Rikiya Matsuda adds the two points for Japan.

41'
Try

The pick and go results in a try for Japan as Amato Fakatava goes over.

40'

Fabulous play by Japan has led to Amato Fakatava being able to wriggle through a gap.

40'
Yellow Card

Martin Sigren (Chile) is shown a yellow card

36'

Franco Velarde comes on for Chile.

34'

Inaki Gurruchaga leaves the field.

34'
Conversion

Rikiya Matsuda does the business as their conversion attempt goes over.

30'
Try

The pressure has finally told as Jone Naikabula scores from close range.

29'

Spellbinding play by Yutaka Nagare is finished off with a try.

29'

Inaki Gurruchaga comes on.

28'

Franco Velarde comes off.

28'

This is dangerous for the defence as Semisi Masirewa bursts through to advance the Japan attack.

23'
Yellow Card

Matias Dittus (Chile) is shown a yellow card

23'

A gap opened in the defence and Santiago Videla took full advantage.

13'

A gap opened in the defence and Matias Garafulic took full advantage.

13'

A gap opened in the defence and Domingo Saavedra took full advantage.

10'
Conversion

Rikiya Matsuda has kicked a conversion.

9'
Try

A stunning solo try from Amato Fakatava

7'

The defensive line has been broken as Amato Fakatava goes through the gap.

7'

That's a great try assist by Yutaka Nagare.

7'
Conversion

Santiago Videla has kicked a conversion.

6'
Try

The kick through from Chile has allowed Rodrigo Fernandez to touch down.

5'

The defensive line has been broken as Inaki Ayarza goes through the gap.

5'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Bonus Points Awarded

+1
6 Tries scored

Match Details

Chile v Japan

Rugby World Cup - Round 1
Sun 10th September 2023, 07:00am
Stadium de Toulouse

Points Flow Chart

Japan win +30
Japan
Chile
Japan
Time in lead
Chile
52
Mins in lead
4
63%
% Of Game In Lead
5%
47%
Possession Last 10 min
53%
14
Points Last 10 min
0

Key Events

Full Time
Matsuda
42 - 12
80'
Dearns
40 - 12
78'
Matsuda
35 - 12
72'
Nakamura
33 - 12
70'
Matsuda
28 - 12
53'
Leitch
26 - 12
52'
Escobar
47'
21 - 12
Riley
21 - 7
45'
Half Time
Matsuda
21 - 7
41'
Fakatava
19 - 7
40'
Sigren
36'
14 - 7
Matsuda
14 - 7
30'
Naikabula
12 - 7
29'
Dittus
23'
7 - 7
Matsuda
7 - 7
9'
Fakatava
5 - 7
7'
Videla
6'
0 - 7
Fernandez
5'
0 - 5
Start

Win Probability

Japan
89%
Draw
1%
Chile
10%
Conversion by Rikiya Matsuda

Momentum

0'
HT
FT
Japan
Chile

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
4.2
10
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
1.7
7
Entries

Attack Profile

Japan
Chile
More Less More

Defence Profile

Japan
Chile
More Less More

Ruck Speed

0-3 secs
61%
59%
3-6 secs
18%
26%
6+ secs
12%
10%
65
Rucks Won
98

Last 5 Penalties

57'
61'
65'
68'
75'
Japan
Chile

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