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12 Nov 22
Internationals 2022
France
France
FT
30-26
HT 16-10
South Africa
South Africa
Stats
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Points Flow Chart

France win +4
France
South Africa
France
Time in lead
South Africa
57
Mins in lead
22
71%
% Of Game In Lead
28%

Live Updates

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

80'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos kicks the penalty.

78'

Bastien Chalureau comes on.

76'

Cameron Woki comes off.

76'

Manie Libbok comes on.

75'

Jesse Kriel comes off.

75'

France go for goal with Thomas Ramos taking the conversion but their aim is not up to scratch as the ball slides to the left of the post.

75'
Try

Sipili Falatea scores the try from close range.

73'

A gap opened in the defence and Sekou Macalou took full advantage.

71'

South Africa decide to make a substitution, with Marvin Orie getting some game time.

71'

South Africa decide to make a substitution, with Siya Kolisi being replaced.

71'

France decide to make a substitution, with Matthieu Jalibert getting some game time.

70'

France decide to make a substitution, with Romain Ntamack being replaced.

70'
Yellow Card

Deon Fourie (South Africa) is shown a yellow card

69'
Penalty Goal

The touch judges raise their flags as Damian Willemse kicks the penalty goal.

63'

The defensive line has been broken as Sekou Macalou goes through the gap.

62'

Deon Fourie comes on for South Africa.

59'

Kwagga Smith leaves the field.

59'

Cobus Reinach comes on for South Africa.

59'

Faf de Klerk leaves the field.

59'

Sipili Falatea comes on for France.

59'

Uini Atonio leaves the field.

59'

Peato Mauvaka comes on for France.

59'

Julien Marchand leaves the field.

59'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos adds the points for France.

58'
Penalty Goal

Faf de Klerk adds the points for South Africa.

55'

Maxime Lucu comes on.

52'

Gregory Alldritt comes off.

52'
Conversion

The touch judges raise their flags as Faf de Klerk kicks the conversion.

51'
Try

A penetrating move by South Africa results in a try for Kurt-Lee Arendse.

50'

Willie Le Roux sets up the try.

50'

Vincent Koch comes on.

50'

Malcolm Marx comes on.

50'

Frans Malherbe comes off.

50'

Steven Kitshoff comes on.

50'

Bongi Mbonambi comes off.

50'

South Africa decide to make a substitution, with Makazole Mapimpi getting some game time.

47'

Ox Nche comes off.

50'

South Africa decide to make a substitution, with Cheslin Kolbe being replaced.

47'
Red Card

Antoine Dupont (France) is shown the red card

47'

Faf de Klerk makes the break as the defence re-enacts the parting of the red sea.

47'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos makes no mistake with that penalty goal attempt.

45'
Penalty Goal

Cheslin Kolbe kicks the penalty.

42'

South Africa make a substitution with Bongi Mbonambi coming on.

40'

South Africa make a substitution with Malcolm Marx coming off.

40'

The second half kicks off.

40'

France make a substitution with Uini Atonio coming on.

40'

France make a substitution with Sipili Falatea coming off.

40'

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

40'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos kicks the penalty.

40'

Reda Wardi comes on for France.

31'

Romain Taofifenua comes on for France.

31'

Cyril Baille leaves the field.

31'

Thibaud Flament leaves the field.

31'
Conversion

Cheslin Kolbe does the business as their conversion attempt goes over.

30'
Try

The pressure has finally told as Siya Kolisi scores from close range.

29'

Trouble here as Siya Kolisi breaches the defence.

29'

Malcolm Marx comes on.

28'

Bongi Mbonambi comes off.

28'

Sipili Falatea comes on.

28'

Uini Atonio comes off.

28'
Penalty Goal

The touch judges raise their flags as Cheslin Kolbe kicks the penalty goal.

25'
Conversion

Thomas Ramos makes no mistake with that conversion attempt.

21'
Try

France are stopped just a few metres from the try line but Cyril Baille picks up from the base of the ruck to score the try.

20'

That's a great try assist by Antoine Dupont.

20'

This is dangerous for the defence as Thomas Ramos bursts through to advance the France attack.

19'
Penalty Goal

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

16'

A gap opened in the defence and Thomas Ramos took full advantage.

16'

France sub Sekou Macalou comes onto the field.

11'

Jonathan Danty departs for France.

11'
Red Card

Pieter-Steph du Toit (South Africa) is shown the red card

10'

The defensive line has been broken as Romain Ntamack goes through the gap.

5'
Penalty Goal

Thomas Ramos has kicked a penalty goal.

2'

We are underway as the referee blows their whistle.

0'
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Key Events

Full Time
Ramos
30 - 26
78'
Falatea
27 - 26
73'
Fourie
69'
22 - 26
Willemse
63'
22 - 26
Ramos
22 - 23
58'
de Klerk
55'
19 - 23
de Klerk
51'
19 - 20
Arendse
50'
19 - 18
Dupont
19 - 13
47'
Ramos
19 - 13
45'
Kolbe
42'
16 - 13
Half Time
Ramos
16 - 10
40'
Kolbe
30'
13 - 10
Kolisi
29'
13 - 8
Kolbe
25'
13 - 3
Ramos
13 - 0
21'
Baille
11 - 0
20'
Ramos
6 - 0
16'
du Toit
10'
3 - 0
Ramos
3 - 0
2'
Start

Territory

16%
26%
27%
30%
France
South Africa
57%
Territory
42%

Possession

France
17%
17%
35%
32%
South Africa
13%
37%
31%
19%
France
South Africa
47%
Territory
53%

22m Entries

Avg. Points Scored
4.3
7
Entries
Avg. Points Scored
4.3
6
Entries

Match Summary

6
Penalty Goals
4
2
Tries
2
1
Conversions
2
0
Drop Goals
0

Set Plays

5
Scrums
1
83%
Scrum Win %
100%
11
Lineout
18
91%
Lineout Win %
83%
8
Restarts Received
7
75%
Restarts Received Win %
71%

Attack

75
Passes
94
45
Ball Carries
32
164m
Post Contact Metres
165m
5
Line Breaks
2

Turnovers

6
Turnovers Gained
3
8
Turnovers Conceded
13

Penalties

12
Penalties Conceded
10
0
Yellow Cards
1
1
Red Cards
1

Defence

94
Tackles Made
89
14
Tackles Missed
15
81%
Tackle Completion %
74%

Kicks

23
Total Kicks
23
1:3.3
Kick To Pass Ratio
1:4.1

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