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20 Nov 2019 7:04
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    A fourteen man Ireland has been too good for an unimaginative Manu Samoa claiming a 47-5 rugby World Cup win in Fukuoka

    A fourteen man Ireland has been too good for an unimaginative Manu Samoa claiming a 47-5 rugby World Cup win in Fukuoka


    Irish second five Bundee Aki was sent off ten minutes before halftime for a dangerous tackle but the Pacific nation could not capitalise on the advantage.

    Samoan coach Steve Jackson is disappointed his team played twenty minutes a man down, after conceding two yellow cards.



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