Wales beat England 40-24 in the at the Principality Stadiumy in Cardiff, for the third round of the Six Nations. The visitor he paid dearly every time he left the game, the dragons did not forgive and took the victory.
In the first stage, in the midst of parity, the first deconcentration appeared. Penalty kick for Wales within 22 meters, Owen Farrell brought the English team together to speak and Dan Biggar played a cross kick to the lead and Josh Adams supported the first conquest. Then came Liam William’s try that originated from a quick penalty.
England did not lower their arms and with a good intervention from Anthony Watson, who stepped inside in the final subway, achieved the visitor’s first try. Erratic Owen Farrell added two penalties for 17-14 that left England very close to turning the score and with 40 minutes to go.
Once again, Wales brought out the concentration in the second half and it was enough to show the negligence with which England handled throughout the game. Kieran Hardy played a quick penalty within 22 meters and found everyone on his back: he ran and went straight to the try.
Farrell again discounted with his foot and England turned in attack to reverse the score. Ben Youngs paid Wales in the same coin and the elusive scrum half came out of a ruck quickly came out glued to the formation, avoided 2 tackles in 10 meters and se dove into the ingoal. With Farrell’s conversion, the game was tied at 24.
The indiscipline played against England in the last minutes. Callum sheedy did not waste each shipment to the clubs and unbalanced the score again with three penalties. The strawberry for dessert came with Cory Hill’s try that gave him the bonus point and rounded off the 40 points with the conversion of Sheedy. The Reds are still first, they won all three games and showed their great moment against England that every week adds more questions to their game.