Thanks to New Zealand’s sweeping 36-13 victory over Los Pumas and the Springboks’ 30-17 loss to Australia, The All Blacks will return to the top of the rugby world rankings after two years.
The other important change that will happen is that wallabiesAfter beating South Africa twice, they will be on the podium 3rd placeover Ireland and England. while, Argentina remains in a 7th place over Scotland.
The All Blacks had to beat Los Pumas by more than 15 points To claim first place in the ranking published by World Rugby every week and earn it. As the next target, The Men in Black will have the world champions, in their 100th match South Africa and New Zealand. The crossing will be in Townsville next Saturday A week later they will see each other again on the Gold Coast.
“You have to beat number one to be number one”, She said Ian Foster in the press room From Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, after the victory over Argentina, he added: “I don’t want to underestimate it. We are about to play South Africa next week, it’s a very important match. We are more interested in winning this game than we are now in the standings“.
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