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20 Nov 22
Internationals 2022
France
France
FT
35-17
HT 21-3
Japan
Japan
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Points Flow Chart

France win +18
France
Japan
France
Time in lead
Japan
75
Mins in lead
0
94%
% Of Game In Lead
0%

Live Updates

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

80'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Hayata Nakao getting some game time.

74'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Ryohei Yamanaka being replaced.

74'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Wimpie van der Walt getting some game time.

74'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Warner Dearns being replaced.

74'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Shuhei Takeuchi getting some game time.

74'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Jiwon Gu being replaced.

74'

Japan decide to make a substitution, with Kosuke Horikoshi getting some game time.

74'

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

74'

France decide to make a substitution, with Florian Verhaeghe getting some game time.

74'
Conversion

Thomas Ramos has kicked a conversion.

73'
Try

A series of passes by France results in a try for Anthony Jelonch

72'

Jonathan Danty played a key part in that try.

72'

A gap opened in the defence and Matthieu Jalibert took full advantage.

72'

France make a substitution with Baptiste Couilloud coming on.

69'

France decide to make a substitution, with Cameron Woki being replaced.

74'

The defensive line has been broken as Damian Penaud goes through the gap.

65'
Conversion

The Japan supporters go wild as Seungsin Lee successfully kicks the conversion.

64'
Try

Great hands by Japan leads to a try for Siosaia Fifita

62'

The defensive line has been broken as Siosaia Fifita goes through the gap.

62'

Spellbinding play by Atsushi Sakate is finished off with a try.

62'
Conversion

The France supporters go wild as Thomas Ramos successfully kicks the conversion.

61'

France sub Dany Priso comes onto the field.

60'

France make a substitution with Maxime Lucu coming off.

69'
Try

Great hands by France leads to a try for Damian Penaud

59'

The defensive line has been broken as Damian Penaud goes through the gap.

59'

Sekou Macalou played a key part in that try.

59'

The defensive line has been broken as Matthieu Jalibert goes through the gap.

59'

Bastien Chalureau comes on for France.

58'

Reda Wardi departs for France.

60'

Peato Mauvaka comes on for France.

58'

Romain Taofifenua leaves the field.

58'

Matthieu Jalibert comes on for France.

56'

Julien Marchand leaves the field.

58'

Romain Ntamack leaves the field.

56'

Craig Millar comes on for Japan.

55'

Keita Inagaki leaves the field.

55'

What a run here by Thomas Ramos as they get over the gainline!

54'

Kotaro Matsushima comes on.

52'

Ryoto Nakamura comes off.

52'

Tevita Tatafu comes on.

50'

Kazuki Himeno comes off.

50'

Yutaka Nagare comes on.

50'

Naoto Saito comes off.

50'

France decide to make a substitution, with Sipili Falatea getting some game time.

45'

France decide to make a substitution, with Uini Atonio being replaced.

45'
Conversion

Seungsin Lee adds the two points for Japan.

42'
Try

Incisive passing by Japan is finished off by Naoto Saito, as they goes over for the try.

41'

Shogo Nakano played a key part in that try.

41'

Fabulous play by Japan has led to Shogo Nakano being able to wriggle through a gap.

41'

The second half kicks off.

40'

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

40'
Conversion

Thomas Ramos does the business as their conversion attempt goes over.

36'
Try

Incisive passing by France is finished off by Charles Ollivon, as they goes over for the try.

35'

Maxime Lucu sets up the try.

35'

Fabulous play by France has led to Maxime Lucu being able to wriggle through a gap.

35'
Penalty Goal

The France supporters go wild as Thomas Ramos successfully kicks the penalty goal.

30'
Penalty Goal

Seungsin Lee adds the points for Japan.

20'

This is dangerous for the defence as Gregory Alldritt bursts through to advance the France attack.

17'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos does the business as their penalty goal attempt goes over.

16'

France make a substitution with Sekou Macalou coming on.

15'

France make a substitution with Gael Fickou coming off.

15'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos makes no mistake with that penalty goal attempt.

12'

Thomas Ramos has hooked the conversion to the right of the posts.

7'
Try

France are only a few metres out, surely they must score! And they do with Damian Penaud touching down.

6'

The defensive line has been broken as Gael Fickou goes through the gap.

5'

The defensive line has been broken as Kazuki Himeno goes through the gap.

0'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Key Events

Full Time
Ramos
35 - 17
73'
Jelonch
33 - 17
72'
Lee
64'
28 - 17
Fifita
62'
28 - 15
Ramos
28 - 10
61'
Penaud
26 - 10
59'
Lee
42'
21 - 10
Saito
41'
21 - 8
Half Time
Ramos
21 - 3
36'
Ollivon
19 - 3
35'
Ramos
14 - 3
30'
Lee
20'
11 - 3
Ramos
11 - 0
16'
Ramos
8 - 0
12'
Penaud
5 - 0
6'
Start

Territory

18%
34%
19%
30%
France
Japan
49%
Territory
52%

Possession

France
7%
28%
40%
25%
Japan
9%
23%
45%
24%
France
Japan
59%
Territory
41%

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
2.7
13
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
1.9
9
Entries

Match Summary

3
Penalty Goals
1
4
Tries
2
3
Conversions
2
0
Drop Goals
0

Set Plays

4
Scrums
4
100%
Scrum Win %
80%
18
Lineout
11
100%
Lineout Win %
73%
9
Restarts Received
5
91%
Restarts Received Win %
100%

Attack

161
Passes
147
71
Ball Carries
22
248m
Post Contact Metres
139m
8
Line Breaks
3

Turnovers

7
Turnovers Gained
5
17
Turnovers Conceded
15

Penalties

7
Penalties Conceded
8
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0

Defence

93
Tackles Made
149
11
Tackles Missed
38
77%
Tackle Completion %
73%

Kicks

43
Total Kicks
31
1:3.7
Kick To Pass Ratio
1:4.7

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