New Zealand – Namibia (71-3): The All Blacks defeat Welwitschia

In the wake of the joint ceremony, the men with ferns began their festival from the second minute, with Cam Roegaard ending a long sequence for his team after a perfect serve from Leicester Vengaanuku, conceding a game of fine footing. From Beauden Barrett (7-0, 2′). Then the stubborn steamroller set off All blacks He recorded five new attempts during the first term. Cam Roegaard for the second time (7), Damian McKenzie twice (20, 39), Lester Vainga’anuku (25), and Anton Lienert-Brown (35) went to the promised land. On the other hand, the victory was very fragile and the faltering defense prevented the Namibians from doing better than a simple penalty kick scored by Tien Swanepoel (12-3, 11).

The trend was unchanged when they returned from the dressing room, as Ian Foster’s men resumed their work of destroying their opponent. Their lack of discipline (12 penalties awarded to Namibia’s 7) did not prevent them from scoring five new tries, often at the end of wide moves. This time, it was Ethan De Groot (48), Dalton Papalii (54), David Havili (58), Caleb Clarke (67), Rico Ioane (77) who were responsible for consolidating the scoreline. Mark on the scoreboard.

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