Wallabies player ratings Australia vs France highlights scores 2021 rugby series

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It was far from plain sailing but the Wallabies were the ones smiling at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night.

Here’s how the Aussie players rated in the controversial 33-30 third Test win which sealed a 2-1 series win.

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1) James Slipper – 6.5/10

Steady performance in the engine room. Applied consistent pressure in the scrums and was dilligent around the field.

2) Brandon Paenga-Amosa – 8/10

Was cruelly denied a try late in the match, which would’ve been good reward for a powerful and controlled performance.

3) Allan Alaalatoa – 6.5/10

Rock solid again, making plenty of tackles in close and applying good pressure to win a scrum penalty.

4) Darcy Swain – 7.5/10

Elevated to the starting side and repaid that faith with a strong performance. Made a try saving tackle in the first half and caused the maul turnover to seal the game.

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5) Lukhan Salakaia-Loto – 8/10

Talismanic performance which really displayed his value to the Wallaby pack. Showed versatility by moving to blindside for the final 10 minutes.

6) Lachlan Swinton – 8/10

Hugely enthusiastic effort from the young loosie. Ran strongly and showed a non-stop motor, until picking up an injury and being subbed in the 55th minute.

7) Michael Hooper – 8.5/10

All class once again as captain and openside flanker. Made a nice angled run and showed vision to set up first try and also helped saved a try at the other end, by covering a charged clearing kick.

8) Isi Naisarani – 6.5/10

Busy night for the backrower. Didn’t find as much space as he would’ve liked, but kept chipping away with a steady stream of short runs and link play.

9) Tate McDermott – 8/10

First Test start showcased more of his match-winning ability. Made up for getting run over on the early French try by grabbing his first Test score to square the ledger.

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10) Noah Lolesio – 8/10

Continued the steady form he’s shown throughout the entire series. Kicking and passing game was very good and goalkicking was on point, to ice the series win.

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11) Marika Koroibete – N/A

Was unlucky to be red carded early in the match for a big hit on a kickoff chase.

12) Hunter Paisami – 5.5/10

Perhaps chose the wrong options a couple of times on attack, but tried hard throughout.

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13) Len Ikitau – 6.5/10

Run on debut for the young midfielder, which saw him put in a very assured performance. Was error-free with the ball in hand and looked more and more dangerous as the game wore on.

14) Filipo Daugunu – N/A

Unhappy return to the field lasted roughly a minute, as he was forced off with an arm injury.

15) Tom Banks – 6/10

Reasonably safe performance at the back. Was decent on kick returns and clearing kicks, but attacking chances didn’t readily present themselves.

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RESERVES

16) Jordan Uelese – N/A

First Test of the season, was subbed on in the 75th minute.

17) Angus Bell – 6.5/10

Played the final half hour and made a good impact with strong running and tackling.

18) Taniela Tupou – 7/10

Moved back to an impact role and made his mark by sneaking over for a try five minutes after coming on. Steadily applied the blowtorch at scrum time.

19) Matt Philip – N/A

Subbed on in the 71th minute and saw limited opportunities.

20) Rob Valetini – 6/10

Made a number of good charges from the bench, but conceded a crucial penalty late in the game.

21) Jake Gordon – 5/10

Provided a cool head for the final eight minutes to help close out the win.

22) Matt To’omua – N/A

Subbed on in 78th minute.

23) Reece Hodge – 6.5/10

Returned from injury and had to play most of the game following Daugunu’s injury. Showed huge effort on kick chase.

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