Name Ireland’s Starting XV From Their 2015 World Cup Quarter Final Defeat To Argentina
Latest posts by Jason Hennessy (see all)
- Not One Irish Player Makes The Cut As Rugby World Names Their 2019 Team Of The Year - December 12, 2019
- Munster’s Arno Botha Suspended Following Late Red Card In Saracens Win - December 11, 2019
- England International Kyle Sinckler Set To Leave Harlequins For Premiership Rivals - December 10, 2019
Ireland have enjoyed plenty of success over the years, particularly since current head coach took over Joe Schmidt at the helm.
Under the New Zealander they’ve beaten the All Blacks for the first time, repeating that feat back in November, and have won multiple Six Nations titles, including a Grand Slam in 2018.
But there’s one thing that Ireland are yet to do and will be hoping they can finally achieve in Japan later this year, and that’s win a World Cup quarter final match-up.
They’ve qualified for the last eight at rugby’s showpiece event on multiple occasions, but as of yet, are yet to reach the final four, with their most recent defeat coming at the hands of Argentina in 2015.
A bruising affair against France in the pool stages that year resulted in a number of their key men missing out on the clash with the Pumas. But can you name the starting 15 from that 43-20 defeat? It’s a tricky one.