North ton ensures adelaide draw to end third leg

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Updated: August 14, 2020

North ton ensures adelaide draw to end third leg

RICHMOND kicked four of the first-half set-pieces to win 우리카지노the game and extend its dominance from eight points down to 17.However, the Tigers, who haven’t lost since February, got the better of Collingwood, and was the better side going forward.The Bombers struggled to get on top of the Cats after they were outplayed in the third term.The Blues made seven more tackles in the contest than in the first half, though the result wasn’t as much about the Tigers not having the same attack as it was about the size of the ball hitting them hard and often.The Suns played a better football but were unable to take more of the ball after the Bombers had the ball well in hand and were able to pass a ball i우리카지노nto t바카라사이트he forward 50m.”You know we just gave up on our attacking capability in some areas,” coach Nathan Buckley said after the game.”We’re probably a little tired of losing games in this position.”It is great to get that last couple of points, but we can win more with some good football. We’ll be stronger going forward, and we’re getting better.”In the opening term, Collingwood’s goal-line clearance rate was 91 per cent and the Tigers’ rate was 90 per cent.”We’re not getting back at the Bulldogs on the ground, so we got our foot in our mouth and made a few things happen,” Richmond coach Damien Hardwick said. “In the first period, we were sloppy from the ruck and I thought our penalty kicking wasn’t that good. We did miss three marks at the death, so we could’ve probably stopped us doing that.”However, the Tigers’ kicking continued to be poor. They kicked only five of their eight goals on the day and lost their first four battles but were unable to score on Saturday.”We are all in favour of doing the right thing and making some changes, but it is important we do so well for the next couple of weeks,” Hardwick said. “They played better than us.”The Blues dominated possession (76 per cent) and were more comfortable in midfield (58 per cent).In the final term, the Tigers had four goals and the Blues had two.Geelong has won 15 of its past 16 games against the Lions but is 3-16 away from home on the season.The last time the Lions faced the Bombers was at Simonds Stadium in round eight back in 2011.The clubs won their last 10 meetings, with the first comin