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6N. Wales look to the Grand Slam after a 48-7 win over Italy in Rome

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ROME. (AP) – Wales beat Italy 48-7 in the Six Nations Cup on Saturday after winning one of the second Grand Slam titles in three championships.

Wales secured their fourth bonus point in half an hour and took a 27-0 lead. Wales finished with seven attempts and twice did not allow.

Over the next weekend, Wales will compete with France in Paris to win the championship, the record 13th “Grand Slam”. It’s an extraordinary transformation from last year, when Wales finished fifth, enduring its worst Six Nations since 2007.

Italy suffered a record 31st defeat in a row, the 20th at home in 2013, sending two players to the trash for the second game in a row. While they had the advantage over men, the Welsh scored 26 points.

Coach Wayne Pivak warned that there would be no dazzle until he climbed to the top of Italy, but the hosts made it easy for them in an empty stadium olympic.

Italy, as a rule, starts well. He scored the starting points in the game against England and Ireland, but he started terribly in sunny conditions.

Paolo Garbisi’s start was extinguished and senior Luca Bigi received a yellow card seven minutes later for a professional foul.

Wales was shocked. Dan Biggar kicked from the starting line-up from the left osh osh Adams’s torn-missed pass to catch and score a goal. ended from the defenders.

It was very easy for Wales as fanatical Ken Owens made two similar attempts 10 minutes from the main line. Owens և Faletau’s experiments were the first in experiments since 2016.

Wales thought they had made a fifth attempt five minutes into the half, but right-handed Louis Rissam was ahead of Biggar for the final pass.

After the break, the Welsh march continued when Jon Onathan Davis unloaded midfielder George Orj North, who ran 30 meters between the posts, then calmed down.

In the third quarter, Pivak made seven substitutions, including resting senior Alun Wynne ounces, giving Jake Ball his 50th cap, և the changes stalled Wales momentum.

Italy hit the crossbar when the left-hander, Montanna Ioanne, hit the Risam ammit and collected it before diving into the corner.

Adams missed a second attempt when his foot hit Paolo Garbisi’s finish line before the ball was grounded.

But Wales was rejected for a long time, thanks to Italy. Substitute striker Marco Richoni received a yellow card for carrying Willis Halaholo’s forearm.

Wales responded to a call to replace Callum Sheedy Re Rees-Zammit’s 80-meter break to end Italy’s 16th straight win over a maximum of one opponent.

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