Fiji has defeated Georgia 45:10 at the Rugby World Cup competition held in Japan earlier today.
Fiji won the first half of the game by 7:3. However, in the second half they managed to score six tries.
Georgian Mamuka Gorgodze scored a try in the second half.
"I want to apologise to our supporters, we know how much this means to you..."— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 3, 2019
Heart wrenching interview from the @GeorgianRugby captain Merab Sharikadze, after his sides tough loss to Fiji at #RWC2019 #GEOvFIJ pic.twitter.com/OiMNZecYQn
The game kicked off in torrential rain at the Hanazono Stadium.
Georgia defeated Uruguay and was defeated by Wales in the previous two games. Georgia will have the next game on October 11 against Australia.
Semi Radradra, @Mastercard Player of the Match for #GEOvFIJ— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) October 3, 2019
- Ran for 177 metres (most of the tournament so far)
- Had five clean breaks (most this match)
- Two tries (most this game)#StartSomethingPriceless #POTM #RWC2019 pic.twitter.com/NXAZs6UY7L
The 2019 Rugby World Cup is being held between September 20 and November 2.
This is the first time the tournament is taking place in Asia.