After three consecutive accidents New Zealand beat South Africa 35-22. defeated by And showed character on the tough stage. In two weeks they will receive puma on the third date of rugby championship, In a lively match from start to finish and with Ellis Park packed, the All Blacks once again showed signs of recovery. When It looked like the Springboks turned the scales in their favormen in black hit the gas and took a win that could be very valuable: For individuality and rebellion against the world champions, who did not go out of their way and were close to dealing another blow. But when they seemed to be losers, the visitors reacted and won a landmark for the context and setting.
under whose leadership Ian Foster, that he could step down if he lost today, Between 25′ and 35′ of the first half he had the best rugby spell of the year, imposing his game and setting the pace with good attacking sequences. Thus came attempts from Sam Kane and Samisoni Touqiao, two who were part of some forwards who managed to neutralize South Africa’s power, unable to strike with the pack, making three changes before halftime.
Those adjustments gave local revenue: with chivalry, physical aggression, and intelligence, they overpowered their opponent. He hit about the end of the first half lukhanyo amiThe court figure and the one who supported him in the supplement was Makazol Mpimpi. With 10 minutes to go, they went down from 0-15 to 23-21.
Still unmatched at various stages of the game, the All Blacks showed another face: they adjusted the scrum, one of their shortcomings last week at Nelspruit, neutralized the opponent’s offensive maul, and finally got the physical to accelerate. be relax. Richie Mounga, who wore 10 for the first time this year, needed a strategist with a primal leg. Ardi Savia was the heart of the team in defense and attack, while Rico Ioane was the break man. On 73′ David Haviley turned history and was eliminated by Scott Barrett on 79′.
Los all blacks take They ended a three-game losing streak, their worst since 1998. Ian Foster got the air he needed to stay in the office and start building. Nothing better than to face past world champions, in Johannesburg, the city where they have been historically strong. The road in Christchurch continues against Puma in two weeks.