The massive 54-16 win over Wales at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff left some good news for the fans. all blacks, who not only boasted a great performance, especially at the end of the match, but also He returned to take first place in the standings World rugby game.
From the aforementioned win, New Zealand will take first place in the world rankings and move South Africa to second place. The All Blacks lost the top spot after losing to Springboks in the rugby tournament final, but their victory over Wales, who are in ninth place, is enough to put them ahead of their old rivals.
the Dragon Still in ninth place, although bridging the gap between them and Japan, in 10th place, who could beat them if they beat Ireland next weekend.
While New Zealand is the only team to move up the rugby world rankings after this weekend’s events, with the only other match between Scotland and Tonga unchanged, there is plenty of room to move next week. Northern Hemisphere teams have the most wins in the November window in matches against the top three teams: New Zealand, South Africa and Australia.