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Tops / Flops Italy – New Zealand: Italy underwater, the All Blacks in management

Italy which tilts heavily, New Zealand surgical, but greatly penalized. Find the Tops and Flops of the match between Italy and New Zealand (7-49).


Dan Coles gets a double

In difficulty in the first half, New Zealand was able to count on its hooker Dan Coles. Whether in attack or defense, the 34-year-old New Zealander has given himself the luxury of scoring two tries on the ball. Skillful at throws, his many touches allowed his New Zealand teammates to put him in the best position very close to the Italian goal line. Dan Coles is well deserving of the “man of the match” award for his off-road activity. “

Richie Mo’unga almost perfect

The many New Zealand tries allowed opener Richie Mo’unga to work on his kicking game. With competition from Beauden Barrett (absent today) at his post, Richie Mo’unga often experiences difficulties in consistency against the posts. Author of a 6/7 this afternoon, the opener from New Zealand is reassured and shows his coach that he is progressing from exit to exit under the jersey of the All Blacks.


Italy suffered the All Blacks wave

By dint of bending, it ends up breaking. The Italians will have held about twenty minutes before cracking three times before the end of the first act. Upon returning from the locker room, a scenario similar to the first period occurred. Physically limited, the Italians battled with their weapons against the New Zealand forwards but the march was too high. The score is heavy, once again for Squadra Azzura, which has shown its limits internationally in recent years.

New Zealand indiscipline

It’s rare enough to be stressed. New Zealand conceded fifteen penalties during the meeting against the Italians. The black gaze of Ian Foster (New Zealand coach) in the stands said a lot about the attitude of the All Blacks. Too undisciplined in the areas of clashes, New Zealand’s indiscipline is the black point of this game. Despite their large victory, the All Blacks will have to be more patient in defense for the meetings to come, against Ireland, then France.


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