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the XV of France crushes Namibia 96-0 and signs the biggest victory in its history

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Europe 1 with AFP // Photo credits: CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP

The XV of France crushed Namibia 96-0, this Thursday, September 21, at the Vélodrome stadium in Marseille, for its third group match of the World Cup. The captain of the Blues, Antoine Dupont, left prematurely, hit in the head.

The French team crushed Namibia 96 to 0 (14 tries including one penalty) and signed the largest victory in its history, during the third day of the 2023 World Cup, Thursday at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille. The only downside of this evening was the exit of Antoine Dupont in the 46th minute on concussion protocol after a head impact. The Blues’ previous biggest victory had already been obtained against Namibia, beaten 87 to 10 in Toulouse during the 2007 World Cup. France, on the way to the quarter-finals, will play its last group match on October 6 at Lyon against Italy.

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