The All Blacks captain keeps his feet on the ground

Mary Mahy, Media 365 Posted on Wed Aug 24 2022 10:40 am.

This Wednesday, All Blacks captain Sam Keane spoke about the current situation for his people. On August 13, the New Zealand national team raised its head in South Africa (23-35), after three consecutive defeats.

He wants to be careful. This Wednesday, Sam Kane, who is the captain of the New Zealand rugby team, spoke. Marking the second day of the Rugby Championship, on August 13, the All Blacks got back on track, beating a South African side (23-35) in Johannesburg. A convincing victory that let coach Ian Foster breathe Which also ended with a streak of three consecutive defeats in all competitions. For Cane, his partners must prove that this success was not a fluke and he also felt the momentum had to be kept up. A double showdown against Argentina at home also looms. Two meetings are scheduled for Saturday, August 27, in Christchurch, and then on Saturday, September 3, next door to Hamilton.

“This is only the beginning”

In front of the press and in statements I quotedFrance Press agencySignificantly, Sam Kane declared afterwards: “But this is just the beginning of what we want to achieve. We’ve been saying it for two weeks: we’ve improved and we’ve made a big step forward during this game (ed.: against South Africa). It’s a good starting point.” The future opponent of New Zealand, Argentina specifically, remains in a landslide victory over Australia, at home (48-17), with at least seven trials. Either Puma’s biggest success against the Wallabies in history. A future competitor who also made Kane react: “I’ve played the Pumas a few times. They’re one of the best defenses in the world when they do it well. They have talented running backs with exceptional kicks.”

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