New Zealand booked their ticket to the World Cup finals.
The All Blacks made short work of the Pumas (44-6) at the Stade de France on Friday night.
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First place is awarded in the final. And it’s run by the All Blacks. New Zealand were unfazed in the World Cup semi-final against Argentina this Friday and booked their ticket to the World Cup final after a game they dominated from start to finish (44-6).
Hat-trick from Will Jordan
After losing to Wales in the last round (29-17), Argentina believed it for just a few minutes. In the beginning, the Pumas pressed the New Zealanders first and opened the scoring with a penalty from Emiliano Boffelli (5 minutes). Then came the All Blacks. Will Jordan (11 mins, 62 mins, 73 mins), Jordie Barrett (16 mins), Shannon Frizell (42 mins, 49 mins) and Aaron Smith (42 mins) took turns to find the back of the net for Argentina , contributing to the display of triple world champions.
The New Zealanders are now waiting to find out their opponent in the final. It will be England or South Africa who meet at the Stade de France this Saturday, October 21 (live on TF1 from 9pm, MYTF1 and live commentary from TF1info). One thing is certain: the Webb Ellis trophy will be lifted on October 28 by a selection that has already registered its name on the list of winners. Change is not now.
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