April 12, 2024

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The 2023 Rugby World Cup is over for Los Terros. Crossing the line, Uruguay has a 36-26 win against Namibia and three defeats, 27-17 against France, 38-17 against Italy and this Thursday at Parc Olympique Lyonnais, 73-0 against New Zealand. The Deros will be fourth in a very tough group. They achieved one goal of winning a tournament, but they fell short of another: finishing third and automatically qualifying for the 2027 World Cup.

A lot of New Zealand

The first thing was the Haka and it was experienced with great intensity on the field. It is the most significant and exciting ritual in rugby and this time the Uruguayans stand in front of the All Blacks.

Uruguay could have started the winning streak. Ten minutes into the game, Manuel Artao broke free on the left side of a Sky Blue attack and scored a try. It was celebrated, but not worth it: the Uruguayan touched the sideline with the tip of his boot as he went to support the oval, so the play ended as a line for the All Blacks. Of course, the Light Blues could have started to win because the referee disallowed a try for New Zealand.

Everything belonged to the All Blacks from the 19th minute onwards. Damian McKenzie scored a try to break the tie and three more scores followed to leave the score 26-0. Uruguay, as stubborn as it is characteristic, continued to try until the end of the first half, but no luck.

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New Zealand dominated the second half. They are the kings of rugby for a reason. The All Blacks gave Uruguay no chance at the Oval, and without the ball, Los Terros had no choice but to defend themselves as best they could. Those chances in light blue at the start of the match no longer happened, but quite the opposite: a flurry of tries for New Zealand. Notable names include McKenzie, who scored a double and Leicester’s Fainga’Anuku, who scored three tries.

In words

At the end of the game, Esteban Menezes, the coach of Los Terros, said, “I’m proud of the players, the whole staff, we came to make history. I think we’ve made history, I’m proud of this team, New Zealand is the best team in the world, we were able to make it difficult for them in the first 20 minutes. Good guys, it showed today. I am happy with our performance in the World Cup. On the future, the coach pointed to growth: “What we need to grow and evolve as a country is competition, more games like this, with Tier 1 teams, as a union, as a staff. Competition is what we need.” Needed.Uruguay in this Rugby World Cup [RWC] He showed that he was up to the task. What’s to come should be better than what we’ve been in the making for [para este mundial], Japan, playing more games with Tonga is what makes us grow and evolve. It was clear what Uruguay can give and what they can do, but a better match is needed.

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Andres Vilaseca, captain of Los Terros, summed up the World Cup participation. “We had a good RWC. We played evenly against France, we were competitive with Italy, we beat Namibia and we played well against New Zealand. We will continue to learn and try to continue to improve to grow this game in Uruguay. “It was a great experience,” he summed up. As for goals , to Vilaseca on the results: “We didn’t achieve them because we wanted to win two games.” However, the captain concluded, “Beyond the results, we did an impressive job. Maybe we’ve continued to write history, believed in the game plan, and are competitive with each other. Years ago we were May have been inferior, today we are equal.