Australia triumphed over Japan by 32-23 in his first test match of the international window. The meeting was played in Oita. Now, the Japanese team will collide in the Aviva Stadium in view of Ireland, while the Wallabies they will go against Scotland at Murrayfield.
The set led by Dave rennie started in the fifth minute with a try from Tom Wright. The Head Coach was right to have brought Quade Cooper back home. The opening placed a perfect offload for the right wing to mark the first celebration of the match.
Near the middle of the initial stage, Reece hodge was replaced by Jordan Petaia, due to a possible pectoral injury. However, the entry of the young player achieved a new conquest for Australia and was able to place 14-3 in 22 minutes. Even though the Wallabies were in the lead, Japan reacted and Lomano Lemeki billed for locals. So they were able to get closer to the scoreboard and go to rest in search of turning this story around.
In the second half, Taniela Tupou got up early with a try to lengthen the distance of points. The Japanese team tried on their side to reach the Australian ingoal, but the defense was solid and they were not allowed to break any lines. Later, Robert Leota stretched the advantage much more in favor over Japan and Connal mclnerney would sentence the triumph 32-23. In this way, the dream of being victorious faded with the passing of the minutes for Jamie Joseph. Ryoto Nakamura would be the last man who would support for the local team and discount on the first test match of the November window for both.