Greatly inclined Italy, New Zealand surgery, but heavily punished. Tops and flops of the match between Italy and New Zealand (7-49).
Dan Coles gets a double hundred
With difficulty in the first half, New Zealand were able to convince its hooker Dan Coles. The 34-year-old New Zealander has given himself the luxury of hitting two tries on the ball, both offensive and defensive. Talented at throwing, his many touches allowed his New Zealand team to put him in excellent form very close to the Italian goal line. Don Coles deserves the “Match of the Match” award for his off-road performance. “
Richie Mo’unga is almost perfect
Several New Zealand attempts allowed opener Richie Monga to work in the kicking game. As Futon Barrett (not today) competes for his position, Richie Monga often experiences difficulties in standing up to positions. A 6/7 teacher this afternoon, the New Zealand opener promised, and he shows his coach that he is making progress to get out under the All Blacks jersey.
Italy has been hit by a wave of All Blacks
As it bends, it ends up breaking. The Italians would have walked twenty minutes before cracking three times before the end of the first act. Upon returning from the locker room, a scene similar to the first period occurred. Physically limited, the Italians fought with their weapons against the New Zealand pioneers, but the march was too much. The score for the Squadron Azura is high, which has shown its limits internationally in recent years.
New Zealand immorality
Stress is rare. New Zealand conceded fifteen penalties during the meeting against the Italians. The black vision of Ian Foster (New Zealand coach) on the stand said a lot about the attitude of all blacks. The most immoral in the conflict areas, the immorality of New Zealand is the black spot of this game. Despite their great success, all blacks must be very patient in defense for meetings against Ireland and then France.
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