New Zealand v Italy 2023 score & standings Rugby World Cup Pool A – 2023 rugby world cup

New Zealand thrashed Italy on Friday night for the 2023 World Cup. in the group stage of the Rugby World Cup. Relive the match film.

It’s over ! The blacks are humiliating Italy, who will play the blues in the quarter-final qualification in a week!

80+1: Italy salvage a little more honor with Ioane’s try after a low-footed play that rebounds into the hands of the opposition. 96-17 with transformation.

76: New Zealand continue to practice and Lienert-Brown scores his side’s 14th try after another combination from the drop. 96-10.

73: This comes to light with a quick penalty that goes to Coles for a double! 89-10.

70: Another attempt, this time full of success. Jordan takes advantage of his opponent’s clumsiness, then succeeds with a shot. The ball goes back into New Zealand’s hands and it’s over. 82-10 after transformation.

67: No wonder BLACK TEST! 11th attempt after this new penalty. After a scramble, McKenzie chained a pass fake and buzzer beater to finish it off. He converted, 75-10.

66: The Italians are completely crushed. The nightmare continues.

61: And it goes on for the All Blacks’ 10th try in this match for Dane Coles. The latter found himself alone after a throw along the touchline. The corridor was open. First conversion failure, we stay at 68-10.

60th: The Italian scrum survives the test and is still punished.

56: This time it’s good! Black punishes another Italian mistake. Massive percussion work from Telea and a finish for Papali’i, his second World Cup try. 63-10 with transformation.

55: Young Roigard’s try is finally disallowed due to restricted movement on the ground. Capuozzo was hot, he was the one who lost the ball.

55: Another try for Black? This is confirmed in the video…

50th: A backlash for Tata as Barrett parries a shot to allow Retallick to put the Italians’ heads in the water! He converted, 56-10.

48: THE ITALIAN TEST! Finally a little bit of a smile on the Transalpine, who touch, gradually move away from the big side and allow Capuozzo to finish! 49-10 after the transformation.

46: The Italians are too predictable and have the ball stolen.

45th place: Transalpines received a new penalty.

44th: The Italians force the opponents to make mistakes and find themselves in the opponent’s 22 meters with a great chance. Tap to arrive.

Day 41: The game resumes in Lyon!

It’s a break! The blacks are on a mission and Italy will finally breathe.

40+5: TRY BLACK! 7th in this first act. Captain Savea scores a brace at the end of another through ball. 49-3 with transformation.

40+4: Taylor tries to dive to equalize but we’re back to the foul. Another opportunity on the sidelines.

40+3: One more touch to play…

40+1: Black’s last penalty…

40th: Italy, under pressure, get a penalty to give them a breather.

34th: And Smith’s hat-trick… How well it went on the counter-attack initiated by Jordan. It goes well, Barrett is found on the range and Smith finishes easily again, the one who holds onto all the balls! 42-3 with transformation.

31st: The public tries to raise its voice in support of Italy. But the Transalpins have their heads under water.

27th: SMITH’S DOUBLE! The highly skilful New Zealander still lets his forwards work with the ball and comes out like minutes early to finish. The score is 35-3.

22nd: BONUS TEST NOW! The Blacks are on a mission and Savea takes advantage of the deception of the ball being carried on the crossbar to calmly slip away. Italy is old! It changed again, 28-3.

19th: NEXT TEST! This time from 70 meters with a sharp run from Savea who makes a huge save. Telea finishes after a nice relay from Barrett! Mo’unga still calm, 21-3.

17th: TRY BLACK! The New Zealanders are very poor with the ball they bring after Barrett’s found touch. Smith takes the ball and scores! Mo’unga transforms again, 14-3.

16: Barretto discovers a wonderful touch…

14: Little hesitation from the Italian side. Barrett takes the opportunity to hand the ball and recover the penalty.

10: Allan scores Italy’s first penalty of the game from 40 meters out to reduce the deficit. 7-3.

8: Mo’unga transforms, 7-0!

Day 6: TRY BLACK! As the New Zealanders pile on the pressure, Barrett kills the game with a pinpoint strike. Jordan finishes with a one-handed leap to the rim! Astounding.

3: The Italian striker after an already very average shot on the wing. Scrum with New Zealand delivery.

2: Italy set the tone early in the encounter with rhythm and impact.

1: Let’s go to Lyon!

Now about the Haka…

The players enter the field, it’s time for the anthems!


What if the French national team qualified for the 2023 World Cup this Friday night? Rugby World Cup quarter-final and not play? That will be one of the challenges in the World Cup group stage meeting between New Zealand and Italy at Lyon’s Groupama Stadium.

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It’s simple: A win for the Italians against the All Blacks would give Fabien Galthié’s men direct qualification ahead of the Blues’ clash with the Transalpins next Friday. Otherwise, this October 6 poster will be decisive. The Blues are currently top of the table with a game in hand against the two teams who face each other tonight, with Nazionale having plenty of points so far.

Compositions from New Zealand – Italy

New Zealand composition : B. Barrett – Jordan, R. Ioane, J. Barrett, Telea – (o) Mo’unga, (m) Smith – Papali’i, A. Savea (capt), Frizell – S. Barrett, Retallick – Laulala , Taylor, Tuungafasi.

Composition of Italy : Allan – Capuozzo, Brex, Morisi, M. Ioane – (o) P. Garbisi, (m) Varney – L. Cannone, Lamaro (capt.), Negri – Ruzza, Lamb – Riccioni, Nicotera, Fischetti.

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