The French team largely beat Scotland on Saturday February 26 in the Six Nations Tournament. The victory of the Blues, at the Murrayfield stadium, suffers no dispute with a score of 36-17.
It allows them to remain undefeated in the Tournament, before the last two meetings against Wales and then against England. France has thus preserved its chances of winning the 2022 edition of the competition and can still dream of a grand slam – five victories in five games.
Dubbed by Damian Penaud
The Blues easily won against the Scots who had nevertheless dominated the formidable English two weeks ago. They have always led in the score thanks in particular to a try from Paul Willemse scored from the 9th minute.
They were able to stay focused in the second half and finished the game on a high note with two tries from winger Damian Penaud in the last twenty minutes. Fabien Galthié’s men scored a total of six tries.
Their next meeting will be in Cardiff against Wales on March 11.
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