The XV of France won Sunday in Ireland (13-15) during the second day of the Six Nations Tournament. A big blow from the Blues, who celebrated with dignity in the locker room this great success.
A joy to match the performance achieved in the field. In the den of the Aviva Stadium, the XV of France offered Ireland (13-15) this Sunday during the Six Nations Tournament. What arouse enormous “pride” for the players as evidenced by Charles Ollivon after the game.
If Brice Dulin was taken by emotion a few moments after the final whistle, the feeling was quickly swept away by the collective joy. The players celebrated this success by singing the planetary hit at the top of their lungs Freed from desire, performed by Gala and widely used since by the world of sport.
It must be said that this is for the XV of France a historic victory, while the last triumph of the Blues on Irish soil dates back to 2011. The players will now have a few days to savor but especially to prepare for the third Six Nations Tournament match. This time, the Blues will meet Saint-Denis and the Stade de France to challenge Scotland on Sunday February 28 (4 p.m.). Winner of England at the start of the tournament, the XV du Chardon narrowly lost this Saturday against Wales (24-25).