Rugby world cup – New Zealand don start well

Rugby world cup – New Zealand don start well

Rugby Defending champions we be New Zealand play better rugby to carry kpokpo South Africa for their World Cup Pool B opener for Yokohama.

The Springboks bin start well as dem take the lead with one Handre Pollard penalty before the All Blacks come para hit back.


Richie Mo’unga come draw New Zealand level and two quick tries by George Bridge and Scott Barrett come helep put dem for front.


Pieter-Steph du Toit try and one Pollard drop-goal make am hot before Mo’unga and Beauden Barrett penalties.


The result mean say New Zealand don extend their winning waka go 15 games for the competition as the last time wey dem lose na to France for the 2007 quarter-finals.

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