“The biggest upset in the history of the World Cup” The Japanese media win the victory of the national team on September 28 at 19:22
At the Rugby World Cup Japan Tournament, overseas media reported with a surprise that the Japanese national team won one of the winning candidates, Ireland.
The electronic version of the British public broadcaster BBC stated that “Japan, the host country, has won one of the biggest upsets in the history of the World Cup,” and “This victory was in front of a large Japanese audience. It was not because Ireland was nervous and couldn't show its power, but because of the great performance of Japan. "
He said that no matter what the outcome of the Japan Rugby World Cup, rugby would take root in Japan and leave a legacy.
The electronic version of the Irish Times, an Irish local newspaper that lost to Japan, said, “Japan won over Ireland and was ranked first in Pool A. The hope that Ireland will win the World Cup is on the brink.” And it was an unexpected loss for Ireland.
On top of that, I praise that Japan's play was worthy of victory.
In addition, Reuters reported, “It's a ridiculous upset. Japan has had a great opportunity to break through the first league for the first time,” and praises the unexpected good health of Japan.
The French news agency AFP has also reported in a bulletin that it was a “Shizoka shock” following Japan ’s victory over South Africa at the World Cup four years ago.
The news from New Zealand, aiming for the third consecutive World Cup, was also reported.
Among them, local TV station TVNZ said, “Japan once again upset the Rugby World Cup and responded to its reputation. Four years after the historic victory against South Africa, it should be among the top groups in the rugby world. I was able to prove it again, ”and I am evaluating the success of the Japanese national team.
In addition, Australia's public broadcasting ABC, where rugby is thriving, reported in an electronic version, "I lost the second-ranked Ireland in front of a crowded audience and did the miracle."