Top Chrono – Argentina – New Zealand (6-44): Match summary video in 5 minutes

Top Chrono – Argentina – New Zealand (6-44): Match summary video in 5 minutes

New Zealand has booked its ticket to the World Cup final.
The All Blacks made short work of the Pumas (44-6) on Friday evening at Stade de France.
Enjoy the video and on MYTF1, the first semi-final.

First place is distributed in the final. It is in the possession of the All Blacks. Against Argentina, today, Friday, in the World Cup semi-final, New Zealand did not tremble and won the ticket to qualify for the World Cup final, after controlling the match from beginning to end (44-6).

Hat-trick from Will Jordan

Argentina, which fell to Wales in the previous round (29-17), did not believe it for more than a few minutes. At the start of the match, the Pumas first put pressure on the New Zealanders, going so far as to open the scoring with a penalty kick taken by Emiliano Bovelli (5). Then the All Blacks came out. Will Jordan (11, 62, 73), Jordie Barrett (16), Shannon Frizzell (42, 49), and Aaron Smith (42) took turns crossing Argentina’s goal with the ball in hand, to contribute to scoring the second goal. A demonstration of the triple world champions.

The New Zealanders are now waiting to find out their opponent in the final. England or South Africa will face each other on Saturday 21 October at the Stade de France (from 9pm, live on TF1, MYTF1 And live commentary on TF1info). One thing is already certain: the Webb Ellis Cup will be lifted, on October 28, by a select group who have already registered their name on the winners’ list. The change is not at the moment.

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