Rugby-Ireland shrug off red card to thrash Samoa and reach quarters

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FUKUOKA — Ireland played with 14 men for 50 minutes but still eased into the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals with a seven-try 47-5 demolition of ragged Samoa in their final Pool A match on Saturday. Center Bundee Aki became the seventh player to be shown a red card at the tournament when he went for […]

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