Rugby World Cup “Dangerous tackle” Australian players disqualified from disposal September 25, 23:55
In the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, the Australian national team player was suspended for the remaining 3 games in the primary league for a dangerous tackle. This is the first time that the tournament has been suspended.
According to the announcement of “World Rugby” by the international headquarters that host the tournament, the Australian vs. Fiji match held at Sapporo Dome on the 21st of this month, the first half 25 minutes, the Australian wing, Ries Hodge, Fiji ’s flanker, I tackled Peseri Yato.
This tackle is for a high-risk head and is judged to be equivalent to dismissal.
Yato retired on the way because he suspected he had brain damage.
World Rugby has decided to suspend Hodge players for the remaining three games in the first league.
This is the first time the tournament has been suspended and Hodge can file an appeal.
According to World Rugby standards, this action is considered to be an action that will stop at least 6 games, but Hodge is an exemplary player, so 3 games were stopped. That is.
Australia won Fiji 39 to 21 in this match.