Rugby: 'Poor discipline' costs Samoa against France | Pacific Beat

Rugby: 'Poor discipline' costs Samoa against France

Rugby: 'Poor discipline' costs Samoa against France

Updated 26 November 2012, 10:04 AEDT

After beating Wales in Cardiff, Manu Samoa have given France a big fright in Paris before going down by 22 points to 14.

Samoa scored two tries to France's one, and led going into the final quarter. But they were undone by some poor discipline, and France took advantage to kick three late penalty goals and win the match.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: Harry Schuster, President of the Oceania Federation of Rugby Unions

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