Italy, which bows very hard and New Zealand is surgical, but it has been subjected to heavy penalties. Learn about the tops and failures of the Italy-New Zealand match (7-49).
Dan Coles gets double
In the first half, New Zealand was able to count on prostitute Dan Coles. Both in attack and defense, the 34-year-old gave the New Zealander the luxury of scoring two attempts on the ball. Skilled in throwing, his numerous touches allowed his New Zealand teammates to put him in the best possible position very close to the Italian goal line. For his activity on all types of terrain, Dan Coles fully deserves his “Man of the Match” award. »
Richie Muonga is almost perfect
New Zealand’s many attempts allowed opening player Richie Muonga to work in the kicking game. With competition from Beauden Barrett (today’s absent) in office, Richie Mo’unga often has trouble lining up against publications. Author of 6/7 This afternoon, New Zealand’s opener reassured and showed his coach that he is progressing from picnic to picnic in an All Blacks jersey.
Italy suffered from the wave of “all blacks”
Because of the curvature, it ends up breaking. The Italians will last about twenty minutes before cracking three times before the end of the first chapter. Upon returning from the locker room, a scenario similar to the first period occurred. The Italians fought with their physically limited weapons against the New Zealand attackers but the move was too high. The score is heavy once again for Team Squadra Azzura, who have shown their limits at the international level in recent years.
New Zealand indiscipline
It is rare to feel nervous. New Zealand entered fifteen penalty kicks during the match against the Italians. The dark appearance of Ian Foster (New Zealand coach) in the stands spoke a lot about the attitude of the All Blacks. Very undisciplined in the confrontation zones, New Zealand’s lack of discipline is the black spot in this game. Despite their big victory, the All Blacks will have to be patient in defending their upcoming matches, against Ireland, and then France.
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