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Both teams had three tries each with 20 minutes left at Stade de France, and it was only two points separated them. The player Peato Mauvaka had scored two more tries as France won New Zealand 40-25 on Saturday November 20th.
Melvyn Jaminet’s flawless boot made it 30-25, then Fabien Galthie reverted Ntamack from center back to flyhalf, where he made his name at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
This will be the first winning match between France and Paris since the last 21 years. France had only won Paris in both two years 1973 and 2000.