Welsh beat Australia in the last second

Welsh beat Australia in the last second

It looks like the last round at the end of this test tour in Cardiff, where Australians are in a hurry to wander home for a month and a half. On the contrary, the excited Wallabies displayed an unforgettable game, a fantastic start and were able to finish their journey in style at the end of the game.

But a red card certainly determined the outcome of the match, with the Australians rowing for more than an hour against the opposite current to dream of an unexpected victory. One final goal, three minutes after regulation time, was signed by Welsh opener Rhys Priestland, who decided otherwise.

While they were in the lead (7-0) after Kellogg’s (3rd) opening test, their number eight after Valetini’s final exit (7-0) rewarded their tonic and determined offensive start, the Wallabies were reduced to thirteen. Ten minutes (yellow card against Peel, 23rd, a volunteer forward) immediately monetized an attempt on the closed side, saw Elias score in the corner after surgery with a “9-2” (23rd, 13-10) and thus took advantage of the Welsh score and lose. Not going.

After Picker (7th, 16th, 38th) scored three goals, Mr. Wales, playing on Adamson’s whistle, took advantage of what the Australians had saved and scored the only goal (48th, 23-13), which was his teacher’s controversial attempt. Tompkins Center, intercepted forward. This “cape” attempt did not bother the Australians as they bravely and dangerously (52nd, 54th) returned to 26-25 with Whiter (61st) and then Dougunu (71st), then took the lead two minutes later. In the end (26-28) Pele with a goal.

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But the referee’s decision was said to be unfortunate for them, with the penalty goal (80th + 3) the brave Walapi finally battling brilliantly 29-28 and bowing.

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Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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