After a sluggish twenty minutes, the All Blacks took action in Lyon this Thursday and crushed the brave Uruguayans (73-0).
A victory that allows Sam Cane’s team-mates to confirm their qualification for the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
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Logic is respected. Impressive technically and, most importantly, much stronger physically, New Zealand largely dominated Uruguay (73-0) at the OL Stadium in Lyon on Thursday night. In the first twenty minutes of the game, the pushed All Blacks slowly blew away an opponent who was nevertheless no match for both commitment and attacking intent. Finally, Leicester team-mates Fainga’anuku, the author of a hat-trick, finished eleven times in the opponents’ goal.
This improved victory is synonymous with qualification for Ian Foster’s men. With 15 points, Italy can’t catch up with them, even if the Transalpines reach exhaustion against France. Beauden Barrett’s gang are leading Group A ahead of the tricolors by two points ahead of this final game.
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