The Rugby Union has apologized for playing Russian song during Georgia’s win over Uruguay. The incident took place in Japan, when the Georgian players were shocked hear one of the Russian songs beating down in the aftermaths of their 35-7 victory against Uruguay.
The Georgian head coach, Milton Haig, said that the song was in Russian language and was sung by a Georgian singer.
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The head coach further added that Russia and Georgia are two different nations, each with a peculiar culture. Such things must not be repeated.
Both Russia and Georgia have had a bitter past, so even the accidental blemish was not hailed one bit. Both the countries were involved in a direct conflict over the sedetion and annexation of one of the Russian-backed, partially autonomous territory.
The World Rugby has apologized for the unintentional discrepancy and says that it will not happen again.
Georgia played well in the game though and won the match, quite comprehensively in the end, after being undone by the Wales in the previous match.
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