ITALY
No.Name
15Luke McLean, FB
14Leonardo Sarto, W
13Tommaso Benvenuti, C
12Gonzalo Garcia, C
T
11Giovanbattista Venditti, W
10Tommaso Allan, FH
2
3
9Edoardo Gori, SH
1Michele Rizzo, P
T
2Leonardo Ghiraldini, H
3Lorenzo Cittadini, P
4Quintin Geldenhuys, L
5Josh Furno, L
6Alessandro Zanni, FL
7Francesco Minto, FL
8Samuela Vunisa, N8
Replacements
16Davide Giazzon, R
17Matias Aguero, R
18Martin Castrogiovanni, R
19Marco Fuser, R
20Mauro Bergamasco, R
21Guglielmo Palazzani, R
22Carlo Canna, R
23Michele Campagnaro, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Elland Road
9:30 AM, September 26, 2015
Attendance: 33,120

Match Commentary

81'Allan slots the ball over and Italy seal a 23-18 win. It is Canada who emerge with credit though, defeat cruel on the minnows.
81'+123-18 End of second half
80'Allan points to the posts, Italy will add some gloss to the scoreline...

Match Stats

ITALY
Possession
CAN
41%
59%
Territory
42%
58%
ITALY
CAN
89Runs130
369Meters Run497
5Clean Breaks12
151Tackles90
31Missed Tackles18
5Turnover Knock On8

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