We controlled the ball much better today - Raiwalui

We controlled the ball much better today - Raiwalui

By Mosese Raqio
Monday 18/09/2023
[Image: World Rugby]

It was a great game of rugby seeing two teams who like to play similar styles battling it out on the field today.

This was highlighted by Fiji Water Flying Fijians coach Simon Raiwalui after their historic 22-15 win over the Wallabies in their Rugby World Cup clash this morning.

Raiwalui says the Flying Fijians controlled the ball better today even though they made a few mistakes but he is just proud of how they played today.

He says they want to continue playing and play to win.

He adds the team did well in their set pieces and everyone was outstanding on the field.

The Flying Fijians will now take on Georgia at 3.45am on the 1st of October.

Meanwhile, in other matches played this morning, South Africa demolished Romania 76-0 while England secured a bonus point victory over Japan winning 34-12.

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