England Remakes the Case for Itself With a 3-0 Win Over Wales
With a victory over Wales at the 2013 Rugby World Cup in Wales on Saturday afternoon, The Rest of the World has taken the title of “World Champions”, a title which was won by The USA in 1999.
The 2013-2014 Rugby World Cup in Wales took place on Saturday afternoon and saw the teams competing for the third place title of the tournament in the final of a tournament that has now seen three different nations win the tournament on home soil.
A total of 26,922 fans went to Watch Park in Cardiff, Wales to see the rugby contest for the three gold medals. The rest of the world had to wait for The Rest of the World’s victory over Wales. When it finally arrived, the United States had played to a 3-0 win on Saturday afternoon and finished on top of the standings in the tournament.
The Rest of the World is on the rise, and a win in Wales has helped them go from being the only team in the tournament with a goal difference of -5 to over -1, and it’s clear that The Rest of the World’s run is now moving at a rapid rate. The USA are no longer the only squad with a goal difference of -1, as France have jumped over the rest of the teams from the tournament with a goal difference of -2.
As the USA finish their second-consecutive World Cup title, many people will look to look for who they may be facing in the quarter finals. The USA have been the only team to win every game of the 2013-2014 Rugby World Cup, and many are expecting Scotland to be the likely opponent. In total, three teams have been through this stage, and it will be interesting to see how the rest of the competition unfolds. Scotland, Wales, France and Ireland all have the chance to do so and, if any of these teams do, the first round of group stage fixtures will be very busy with everyone looking to avoid