HEIDELBERG, Germany — Samoa fit the bill for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in the wake of beating Germany 42-28 for a second time in their playoff on Saturday.
Samoa won the primary leg 66-15 in Apia two weeks back, making capability on total for all intents and purposes inescapable.
Germany was focused at home, driving by one point at halftime and by seven until the point when the 69th moment when Samoa fullback Ah See Tuala crossed and changed over for a 28-28 tie.
After six minutes, conservative Ed Fidow strolled in his second attempt of the counterpart for 33-28. Tuala dashed in his second attempt in the 80th, changing over that and Samoa’s five different strives for an individual pull of 22 focuses.
Samoa will join Ireland, Scotland, Japan, and Russia at the Rugby World Cup in Japan in September-October one year from now.
The Samoans have played at the last seven Rugby World Cups, and their best outcome was the quarterfinals at their initial two out of 1991 and 1995.
Germany still has an opportunity to fit the bill out of the blue, progressing to the repechage in November in Marseille, where it will play off against Canada, Hong Kong, and the sprinter up in the continuous Africa Gold Cup. The victor will fill the twentieth and last qualifying compartment.