New Zealand promises hell for the Irish

New Zealand promises hell for the Irish

The All Blacks’ demonstration against Italy (96-17) on Friday evening inspired the New Zealand press before the possible shock in the World Cup quarter-final against Ireland.

After a timid start to the 2023 World Cup with an opening match defeat to France (27-13) and an expected win over Namibia (71-3), New Zealand hit hard on Friday evening. And against Italy in Lyon, the All Blacks scored no less than fourteen attempts, ending the match with a strong score (96-17).

Eighty minutes of devastating, precise, controlled and absolutely brilliant rugby. So he wrote New Zealand Heraldtakes care of Aaron Smith and company after their festival against the Transalpins.

Message to the Irish

Impressively, the New Zealanders have sent a strong message to the tournament, and especially to Ireland, who are supposed to be their quarter-final opponent. This demonstration is against the Italians “It will undoubtedly lead the Irish coach, Andy Farrell, to wake up in the middle of the night (…), his heart racing, his palms sweating again, and his team preparing to meet the All Blacks who are now running at full speed »New Zealand media launches.

As a reminder, in 2019, during the previous World Cup in Japan, the New Zealanders and the Irish had already faced each other in the quarter-finals. It was the triple world champions who won by a large majority (46-14).

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