IThere are rugby matches that should not be missed under any circumstances. Ireland and New Zealand is one of them. After 80 exceptional minutes, it was the New Zealanders who reached the quarter-finals Rugby World CupThis is thanks to their victory over Ireland, 28-24, on Saturday, October 14, at the Stade de France. The black shirt, which had faded for several seasons, regained its majesty by winning the confrontation against the Greens, favorites to win the World Cup after their first-round victory over the defending champion South Africa (13-8). But the 10th World Cup is still not suitable for the 15th Clover, who has not yet crossed his glass ceiling in the quarter-finals.
While the siren sounded for two minutes and 20 seconds, veteran player Samuel Whitlock, the most capped player in the history of the All Blacks (151 international matches), put an end to the Irish dream by being blamed after 37 minutes of stopping breathing during play. An achievement that many did not expect before the tournament, when Ian Foster's team was coming off a historic defeat against South Africa in preparation for the tournament (35-7).
Back at the top, as their demonstration against Italy (96-17) might suggest, New Zealand, three-time world champions, topped the quarter-finals from start to finish, and now look like serious contenders for a fourth crown. ” this […] read more
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