Sam Keane returns to relativity after the humiliation of South Africa

Sam Keane returns to relativity after the humiliation of South Africa

A few days after New Zealand’s crushing defeat to South Africa at Twickenham (35-7), the worst defeat in the history of the All Blacks against the Springboks, New Zealand captain Sam Keane said this record loss could be a blessing in disguise ahead of the World Cup. In France where they will be one of the favorites (along with France, Ireland and South Africa).

With a few days to settle (our problems)I think we’ll look back and hopefully learn from the game and implement itKane told New Zealand TV. Then I really hope we can look back and say we’re glad it happened at the time (Friday). But the only time I will tell. It was a terrible feeling Friday night and the next day. So it’s very easy to focus on the work you’re doing, especially after the game we just played at the weekend. »

As a reminder, the All Blacks will play the opening match of the World Cup against France, at the Stade de France, on September 8th. As that date approaches, Kane said preparedness levels are increasing. “I think maybe it’s normal. The installation took a long time. There’s a lot to play for, we know that, but we’re very excited about the challenge ahead and we know anything can happen. All our efforts are dedicated to getting this first game right and we’ll reset it and keep it going.” Track It’s great that this (Appointment) finally be there, he added.

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