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All Blacks thrashed the next rival of Los Pumas

The All Blacks won the second game of the July window, against Italy 47-9 at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. On October 31 they had started the European excursion on the right foot by defeating Wales 54-16.

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The match, which the visitors won 21-6 at the end of the first half, marked the New Zealander Kieran Crowley’s debut as coach of Azzurra, world champion 87.

Sevu Reece (right) celebrates his try (AP).

Sevu Reece (right) celebrates his try (AP).

This is the fifteenth victory for the All Blacks in as many meetings with the Italian team, which despite the result was able to present a certain resistance for an hour.

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Unlike in recent games won widely in the United States (104-14) and Wales, New Zealand had to wait until the 27th minute to sign the first try of the match, Finlay Christie’s artwork, who had entered shortly before to replace Brad Weber, injured.

The inevitable haka (AP).

The inevitable haka (AP).

New Zealand made rotations in this test, in anticipation of their next commitments on the European tour against Ireland and France, two more important opponents.

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“We have put under pressure for twenty minutes. We tried to force our game a bit, but they knew how to put that pressure on us. The Italians deserve to be congratulated on how they started the game, “said All Blacks manager Ian Foster.

Quinn Tupaea (AP) is leaving.

Quinn Tupaea (AP) is leaving.

The hooker Dane Coles, author of two tries, was chosen as the best player of the match in which the opening Richie Mo’unga made seven conversions. They also supported Sevu Reece, Asafo Aumua (two) and Hoskins Sotutu. Paolo Garbisi added three penalties for the local.

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“I liked the spirit that the team showed and that is what I take away from this game. The result this time does not count as much,” summed up the brand new coach of Italy.

More results

England beat Tonga 69-3 (9-0 in tries), who played with one man less from 69 ‘due to an expulsion of Villiame Fine.

The flight of English Jonny May (Reuters).

The flight of English Jonny May (Reuters).

And South Africa defeated Wales 23-17 with tries by Malcolm Marx plus penalties by Handre Pollard (4), Francois Steyn and Elton Jantjies. The Red Dragons scored on six penalties from dan Biggar.

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