Romania defeated Uruguay by 29-14 and stayed with the November window meeting that was played in the Payanini Center, on Verona
The homeowner began relentlessly and suffocated Los Teros with a try at 40 seconds of the initial time. Florian rosu it was the person in charge who put the Europeans at an advantage. Later, Rodrigo silva He was the manager who scored for the Uruguayan team. In addition, the credit that the South Americans have gone to the break with a 14-13 advantage went to Federico Favaro. The wing had nine points.
In the second half, Romania began, again, with a conquest that celebrated Hinckley Vaovasa. Then the cataract of penalties that he gave away Uruguay was noted in the result. Ionel Melinte He was the man who took advantage of every opportunity that Los Teros gave him to aim and hit the sticks. The European fullback generated a total of 19 units. In this way, the Romanians had a meeting with a tenuous level, but they knew how to take the chances to generate points.
In the next weeks, Uruguay will have two next commitments before Italy A and Italy, out the November window.
ROMANIA: 1. Constantin Pristavita, 2. Ovidiu Cojocaru, 3. Vasile Ballan, 4. Marius Antonescu, 5. Adrian Motoc, 6. Florian Rosu, 7. Damian Stratila, 8. Mihai Macovei (c), 9. Gabriel Rupanu, 10. Daniel Plai, 11. Nicolas Onutu, 12. Jason Tomane, 13. Hinckley Vaovasa, 14. Ionut Dumitru, 15. Ionel Melinte.
SUBSTITUTES: 16. Tudor Butnariu, 17. Dorin Tica, 18. Alexandru Gordas, 19. Marius Iftimiciuc, 20. Alexandru Alexe, 21. Florin Surugiu, 22. Alexandru Bucur, 23. Paul Popcaia.
URUGUAY: 1. Mateo Sanguinetti, 2. Facundo Gatas, 3. Diego Arbelo, 4. Eric Dosantos, 5. Diego Magno, 6. Manuel Ardao, 7. Santiago Civetta, 8. Manuel Diana, 9. Tomás Inciarte, 10. Felipe Etcheverry, 11. Gastón Mieres, 12. Andrés Vilaseca, 13. Nicolás Freitas, 14. Federico Favaro, 15. Rodrigo Silva.
SUBSTITUTES: 16. Guillermo Pujadas, 17. Juan Echeverria, 18. Matías Benítez, 19. Juanjuan Garese, 20. Felipe Aliaga, 21. Baltazar Amaya, 22. Juan Manuel Tafernaberry, 23. Felipe Arcos Pérez.
FIRST TIME POINTS: 0.40 ‘Try by Florian Rosu and conversion by Ionel Melinte (Rum), 4’ Penalty by Federico Favaro (Uru), 7 ‘Penalty by Ionel Melinte (Rum), 15’ Try by Rodrigo Silva (Uru), 23 ‘Penalty by Ionel Melinte (Rum), 30 ‘Penalty by Federico Favaro (Uru), 37’ Penalty by Federico Favaro.
PARTIAL RESULT: ROMANIA 13-14 URUGUAY.
SECOND TIME POINTS: 45 ‘Try by Hinckley Vaovasa and conversion by Ionel Melinte (Rum), 51’ Penalty by Ionel Melinte (Rum), 58 ‘Penalty by Ionel Melinte (Rum), 68’ Penalty by Ionel Melinte (Rum).
FINAL RESULT: ROMANIA 29-14 URUGUAY.