No shortage of courage but Georgia need to develop threats


  • Rugby
  • Saturday, 12 Oct 2019

FUKUROI CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Georgia arrived at their fifth Rugby World Cup with a reputation as a physical side that revels in the tight stuff but does not have enough of a threat in attack to topple the top nations.

To their disappointment, they will depart Japan with that reputation little changed after a sole win over Uruguay and losses to Wales, Fiji and Australia.

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