Rugby Ireland juggernaut batters Scots in Yokohama drizzle

Rugby Ireland juggernaut batters Scots in Yokohama drizzle

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Ireland players celebrate after James Ryan scored a try against Scotland. (AP pic)

YOKOHAMA: Ireland put aside their stuttering 2019 form with an emphatic 27-3 victory over their main Pool A rivals Scotland to open their World Cup campaign in convincing style in Yokohama on Sunday.

Forwards James Ryan, Rory Best and Tadhg Furlong all smashed over in the first 25 minutes and winger Andrew Conway secured the bonus point with the fourth try in the second half, with a single Greig Laidlaw penalty all Scotland had to show.

There was some concern that injury-prone flyhalf Johnny Sexton gave up kicking duties early on, and flanker Peter O’Mahony and centre Bundee Aki left early with head injuries, but coach Joe Schmidt said Sexton was fine and that the other two were symptom-free.

Scotland also lost flanker Hamish Watson to a serious-looking injury. “I was delighted with the first half, I think we really put some pressure on, defensively as well as in attack,”

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