Australia stomped on Brisbane and beat France 23-21. In what was the first game of the July window for both teams, the oceanic team recovered from an adverse start and he won the last play of the game.
The European team played a great first half and took a considerable advantage. Fast, firm in defense and taking advantage of a large number of errors from the local, he managed to break the defense through his wing Gabin villiere, who supported twice and in just 21 minutes.
The Wallabies were able to come out of zero only at the 34 minutes, when after a maul, his hooker Brandon Paenga-Amosa dived into the ingoal after an excellent push from the forward pack. Thus, and with the subsequent conversion of Noah Lolesio, the game went to rest for 15-7 in favor of the visit.
However, in the complement the roles were altered. France began to mishandle the ball and Australia did not overlook it. He was more vertical in attack and played a long time in the opposite field. Finally, his captain Michael Hooper was able to attack and support the try.
With the match almost over, the oceanic team picked up the ball and didn’t stop until they got their prize. He insisted with the pick and go, took a penalty and Lolesio transformed it into three points so that, in this way, the Wallabies sign the comeback and the triumph.