Rugby semi-final England fined NZ “haka” obstruction October 30 19:52
At the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, when New Zealand performed an indigenous dance "Haka" before the semi-final match held on the 26th of this month, the fighting English players crossed over the halfway line , World Rugby hosting the tournament was fined.
This was revealed by World Rugby, the international headquarters that hosts the World Cup.
On the 26th of this month, in the England vs. New Zealand semi-final held in Yokohama, England players took a V-shaped formation when New Zealand performed an indigenous dance “Haka” before the match.
This means that some of the players crossed the ground halfway line.
In this regard, World Rugby reveals that he has fined England for violating the tournament rule stating that “the players of a team that has undergone a cultural challenge must not cross the halfway line”. Did.
The exact amount is not disclosed, but the fine will be donated to an international NGO “child fund” that supports children suffering from poverty in Asia.