Rugby Championship: Australian Salvation, New Zealand knocked out after one year

Rugby Championship: Australian Salvation, New Zealand knocked out after one year

Rome Australia retaliates. After a week of humiliation in Sydney (5-43, edition) against New Zealand in the opening game of the rugby tournament, this year South Africa is an orphan due to the epidemic, the Wallabies showed signs of life on the second day of the tournament and beat the first blacks in Brisbane 24- 22. The No Comment fight was banned which also resulted in two red and two yellow cards being issued at maximum. A battle that knocked out New Zealand and returned home with the first knockout of the World Cup finals in Japan, in October 2019.

The match with no restrictions prevented

In front of several thousand spectators wearing masks, the Wallabies did their best to avoid the “remake” of the game that took place on October 31. So the result was a male race, strong and fighting enough to prompt the referee to wave a red card on each side for a strong tackle, first against New Zealand’s right-hand column Ofa Tu’ungafasi, then Australian Lachlan Swinton, third grade, composed for 35 minutes of capital performance. At break time, the Wallabies move up to 11-8, then in the second half we see All Blacks sign an overrun (11-15) before surrendering under hits by Hodge and Tupou (24-15). The New Zealanders are not there and in the last 10 ‘they increased the pressure to reach the final 24-22, but there is no time left: the last victory of the Wallabies against the All Blacks goes back to 17 August 2019 in Perth (47-26). The next match will witness a confrontation between Argentina and New Zealand.

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