Rugby World Cup: Live coverage of Wales v France quarterfinal

France took a 12-0 lead after eight minutes and added a superb third try through Virimi Vakatawa to be 19-10 in front at halftime against Wales in the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals.

Lock Sebastien Vahaamahina burrowed over for a try in the fifth minute before flanker Charles Ollivon finished off an 80m move to give France a flying start in Oita.

Wales pulled it back to 12-10 through a breakaway try from flanker Aaron Wainwright and a penalty goal by Dan Biggar, but then had replacement Ross Moriarty sin-binned for a high tackle.

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France's electric start

France’s electric start

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With the Welsh down to 14 men, France took advantage of some open space as Vakatawa sidestepped in from an offload by winger Damian Penaud and dived over for a try in the 31st.

Wales lost centre Jonathan Davies to a knee injury on the morning of the match, and has seen No 8 Josh Navidi go off injured.

The Welsh started out as favorites after beating France in seven of their last eight meetings.

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