All the blacks are stronger than all, Australia is defeated, and the title in the safe
The score from 7 to 38 speaks volumes: the All Blacks dominated the Wallabies. The team under Eddie Jones tried to raise their level compared to the last few games, but faced too strong an opponent.
Wards of Ian Foster confirmed their form with Argentina and South Africa, thus going to conquer the most coveted tournament in the southern hemisphere.
All-black, revived and full of tactical solutions, announce loud and clear the upcoming World Championship starting in September. In France we will have to deal with them.
Rugby Championship: a chronicle of the match Australia – New Zealand
The All Blacks immediately put pressure on the opponent’s half of the field, and in the 5th minute, from a very hard tackle by Scott Barrett on McDermott Frizzell’s goal, a goal was born that opened the scoring. Mo’unga doesn’t transform and remains at +5.
The reaction of the Wallabies is furious, they enter the field with great energy and find an important advantage with Navakanitawase. The development of the action carries the ball from the coast to Koroibeta, which hits the target on the flag. Gordon’s subsequent appeal put Australia ahead.
The first quarter of the race is characterized by a lot of work in traffic jams in Australia. The three balls held by the All Blacks bear the signatures of the players in green and gold jerseys that isolate the ball carriers well and highlight their possession.
New Zealand does a good job of alternating wide and center attacks, but often crashes in the face of a well-organized Australian defense. In the 30th minute, Koroibete receives a yellow card, which removes one of the hottest players from the first half from the field.
The All Blacks regroup, are outnumbered and go over the line with a well studied scrimmage shot and Cody Taylor who touches the last and crowns a very positive game.
This is the prologue to the third goal that comes from the regular Will Jordan. It all started with a very long, multi-stage game in which New Zealand patiently wears down the home defense and gives their top scorer a 7–19 goal at the flag to end the first half.
The balance reigns in the second half until the 59th minute, then Caleb Clark finds the right spark with a pickaxe and passes a few centimeters from the goal and sends the result to 7:24, then to 7:26 thanks to Mounga’s foot.
Telea’s and Ioan’s signatures come quickly one after the other, well constructed and executed with great class. Heavy goals that put a stamp on the game. To impact the economy of the second half, Angus Bell was also booked in the 56th minute, allowing the 7-19 All Blacks to fly off 3 tries in 7 minutes.
In the last 10 minutes, the Wallabies are trying to soften the score. There is nothing to do, the guests are facing an insurmountable wall and can celebrate their third victory in three games.
Australia: 15 Andrew Kellaway, 14 Mark Navakanitawase, 13 Jordan Petaia, 12 Samu Kerevi, 11 Marika Koroibete, 10 Carter Gordon, 9 Tate McDermott, 8 Rob Valetini, 7 Tom Hooper, 6 Jed Holloway, 5 Will Skelton, 4 Nick Frost, 3 Allan Alaalatoa (c), 2 David Poreki, 1 Angus Bell
Substitutions: 16 Jordan Wellese, 17 James Slipper, 18 Taniela Tupou, 19 Richie Arnold, 20 Rob Leota, 21 Nick White, 22 Quaid Cooper, 23 Isaiah Perese
Directions: 7′ Koroybete
Transformations: 8′ Gordon
Tags: 30′ Koroybete, 56′ Bell
New Zealand: 15 Boden Barrett, 14 Will Jordan, 13 Rieko Ioan, 12 Geordie Barrett, 11 Mark Telea, 10 Richie Mounga, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Ardie Savea (c), 7 Dalton Papalia, 6 Shannon Frizell, 5 Scott Barrett, 4 Brody Retallik , 3 Tyrell Lomax, 2 Cody Taylor, 1 Ethan de Groot
Substitutions: 16 Samisoni Taukeyaho, 17 Ofa Tuungafazi, 18 Nepo Laulala, 19 Sam Whitelock, 20 Luke Jacobson, 21 Cam Roigard, 22 Anton Lienert-Brown, 23 Caleb Clark
Directions: 5′ Frizzell, 34′ Taylor, 39′ Jordan, 59′ Clarke, 63′ Telea, 66′ Ioan
Transformations: 35′, 40′, 60′, 67′ Mounga,
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