Test match: Wales summary

Test match: Wales summary

Wales – New Zealand: 23-55
Wales: Dyer (24), Tyborek (50)
New Zealand: Taylor (10th, 19th), J Barrett (34th, 76th), Smith (46th, 52nd), Savea (64th), Taukei’aho (80+2)

Demonstration on Welsh soil. At the end of a game in which they never led to a score, the All-Blacks won by 32 points over XV du Leek (23-55), with eight tries on the clock. A week after their narrow victory against Japan (31-38), Ian Forster’s men have reassured themselves on many points and will continue their November tour against Scotland and then England. Wales will be opposed by Argentina, Georgia and Australia.

The New Zealand national team, which enjoys superior control in the front game on closed balls and on balls carried, started the meeting with a bang, with the two hard tries scored by the hooker Cody Taylor (10, 19). After catching a cold after a terrible start to the match, the Welshman responded with a try from Rio Dyer, who shot after a well-coordinated game launch at the exit of Key (24). But this same Rio Dyer would surprise Jordy Barrett when a candle fell, for New Zealand’s third try (34).

Aaron Smith steels Wells

With 10 minutes of insanity, the comeback from the locker room presents a constant spectacle for spectators at Principality Stadium. Aaron Smith makes all his science speaking to score a solo try off the run (46th) before Justin Tiburek (50th) answers him, aided by Richie Muonga’s crap on a high ball. But Aaron Smith gave himself doubly thankful for the hard work of Ardi Savea who served him after contact (52nd).

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Wales would never recover from this stab and score no more points until the final whistle. For their part, the All-Blacks unveiled their game and scored three new tries through Ardie Savea (64th), Jordie Barrett (76th) and Samisoni Taukei’aho (80+2).

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