Rugby World Cup Japan's strong enemy Ireland practiced on September 16, 19:10

The Irish national team, the biggest enemy of the first league in Japan, at the Rugby World Cup Japan, which will start four days later, presented their practice.

Ireland, which is ranked first in the world ranking, will be in the same group A as Japan in the first league of the World Cup that will open on the 20th of this month, and will face Japan in the second game on the 28th.

On the 16th, I went to Japan in Ichihara City, Chiba, and started the second practice. The first 15 minutes of the indoor training was released to the press.

In practice, Captain Rory Best, and Johnny Sexton, who was selected as the World Rugby Player of the Year last year at the Command Tower, made adjustments by stretching and lifting the barbell.

After that, Greg Feek Coach, who is an instructor at NEC in the top league in Japan, responded to the reporter's interview, about Japan. “It ’s the key. It ’s a very dangerous team, especially Thompson Luke, who has experience and must be careful.”

Also forward Andrew Porter said, “It was off yesterday, so I looked for a restaurant around the hotel and challenged Japanese cuisine. There were a lot of delicious things, but the sushi was delicious. “It ’s a team with good tempo and rhythm, but now I ’m focusing on the first game against Scotland.”

The match between Japan and Ireland will be held at Ecopa Stadium in Shizuoka Prefecture on the 28th of this month.