The All Blacks move this car blocking their bus in France with their bare hands

The All Blacks move this car blocking their bus in France with their bare hands

Hannah Peters/Getty Images The New Zealand players moved the car with their bare hands. (Illustrative image)

Hannah Peters/Getty Images

The New Zealand players moved the car with their bare hands. (Illustrative image)

Rugby – After Ireland, the All Blacks face… a car. On Saturday 14 October, New Zealand rugby players won their match against Ireland in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals. But they are already resuming physical training to some extent, which has nothing to do with the oval ball.

When the bus tried to move, it collided with a car blocking its path. As you can see in Video less, Broadcast by New Zealand’s NZR+ and posted on X (formerly Twitter) on Tuesday 17 October, some New Zealand team players lifted the car with their bare hands to make room for their bus.

It did not take long for the rugby players to accomplish their mission as a team. ” Teamwork on and off the field », we can read in the comment on the video. The publication does not appear on the exact date of the exploit due to the plaque in the immatriculation of the future (sur laquelle on the number of the department at 92) indicative of the whole story that the screen is in the place where the coupe du monde, organised. in France.

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In the comments, some netizens are just as amused by the situation as the New Zealand players:

Imagine leaving work or a restaurant and seeing the All Blacks lifting your car… »

I wish I were a little mouse to see the car owner’s face when he finds his car parked in a place not exactly where he left it. Are you available to help with this step? »

Others were more concerned about their physical health:

One of them was even ruled out of the semi-finals due to a back injury »

I hope there are no injuries »

And for good reason: On Friday, October 20, the All Blacks will face Argentina in the World Cup semi-final.

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