The fallout in the New Zealand media wasn’t long in coming after the historic 25–15 All Blacks team win Three countries.
The New Zealand Herald, The most important newspaper in the peripheral country, has three front-page articles for the party. The most important titles The biggest surprise of all! The All Blacks shocked by Argentina In which the game is analyzed and explains a great victory Pumas.
Another headline of the New Zealand Herald was Greg Ball’s editorial, “A Performer of Shame on the Legacy of the First Blacks.”
Things, Which is another method most suitable for New ZealandHe filled the front page of his sports website with notes referring to the game. Where “Kirwan (former First Blacks player) questions the leadership of the All Blacks after a historic defeat.” To the comments of opinion on New Zealand’s second consecutive loss in Three countries.
Another of the important newspapers like The Otago Daily Times He dedicated a major note to his sports division, and remained the most prominent with a title “Pumas stunned all blacks.”
Finally prestigious BBC From the United Kingdom he devoted an essay to the historic Puma triumph that was titled “Argentina beat New Zealand for the first time with a surprise win, 25-15.”
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