New Zealand at the Rugby World Cup: The All Blacks’ extraordinary haka

New Zealand at the Rugby World Cup: The All Blacks’ extraordinary haka

Lawrence Griffiths/Getty Images The haka before France – New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup, at the Stade de France, September 8, 2023.

Lawrence Griffiths/Getty Images

The haka before France – New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup, at the Stade de France, September 8, 2023.

Rugby – What a start to the Rugby World Cup, on Friday 8 September at the Stade de France, an hour before the France-New Zealand match.

April 15, 2017 A large ceramic ceremonial display was given to Jean Dujardin with the saddlebags received by Emmanuel Macron from his son’s discours, to all of us who are welcome to visit the “All Blacks” for this tradition just before the end. kickoff.

This was unusual in two ways. At the start, the New Zealand players gathered for long seconds in a circle in a moment of extreme concentration – unprecedented according to the TF1 commentators – as the crowd waited for the haka to begin.

It was then led by the Maori Aaron Smith, armed with a ceremonial paddle, which is still uncommon, As can be seen in the images below.

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The haka before France - New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup, at the Stade de France, September 8, 2023.
Hannah Peters/Getty Images The haka before France – New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup, at the Stade de France, September 8, 2023.

Hannah Peters/Getty Images

The haka before France – New Zealand during the Rugby World Cup, at the Stade de France, September 8, 2023.

The meeting is expected to be hot between the two countries, as the temperature was still 30 degrees at the start of the match due to the current heat wave.

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