Ruthless against Australia, New Zealand is invincible this year.
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Three out of three. The All Blacks maintained their strength this year by inflicting a third defeat in three matches (38-21) on their eternal Australian rival, on Sunday 5 September in Perth, during a late match of day two of the Rugby Championships. This win allows them to take the lead in the rugby tournament, ahead of the world champions in South Africa.
That success comes from six attempts for three, with the reward at stake, on top of the two wins won last month over Australia, where they were first narrowly defeated (33-25) and then overshadowed in mid-August in Auckland by the intractable New Zealanders in 2021 (57). -22). The reunion with Australia turned into a one-sided duel. Australian coach David Rainey may have said his team deserved more than the slap they took in New Zealand, the Wallabies still struggled a lot, accumulating several blunders.
– All Blacks (AllBlacks) September 5, 2021
Despite some notable absences by All Blacks, such as fly-half Richie Muonga, bewildered half Aaron Smith, captain Sam Kahn and second rower Sim Whitelock, the Australians remained helpless. Their next meeting is scheduled for Sunday 12 September, against South Africa, the world champions, hoping to score their first points in the competition. The New Zealand team will face the Argentine team, who inflicted a historic defeat last year in the same tournament.
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