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New Zealand were undaunted as they thrashed Uruguay 73-0

New Zealand were undaunted as they thrashed Uruguay 73-0

By Fifth and last date World Cup Group Stage, New Zealand lost Uruguay 73 for 0. It was a bye for the World Cup The DerosIt qualified for the final and quarter-finals for the men in black. Full World Cup event on Star+.

The first half was brisk and lively. Uruguay He was inspired from the start and played evenly against the opposition, who only managed to break him after 20 minutes, with an effort that was always ruthless. Damian McKenzie. The Fullback Leaders He is the quality bearer of his team's offense and is responsible for executing a tight Walker pass. Will Jordan So the Crusaders They beat under the sticks. successes Cam Rogard and Richie Monga They finished the scoreboard (0 for 26) in the first half The Deros They deserve something more.

In addition, Uruguay's opposition could not maintain intensity New Zealand I'll take advantage of it from start to finish. Undeterred by their performance, the Maoris flourished before sixty thousand people filled the stadium. Olympic Lyonnais They hit the competition target seven times Leicester Fainga'anuku (3), Fletcher Newell, Damian McKenzie Will Jordan and Damity Williams.

It was a clear win as expected from the team All blacks An already established contender awaits in the quarterfinals. to The DerosA bitter taste of defeat, but we hold our heads high for once again being able to compete with the best in the world at the World Championships.

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New Zealand (73): 1. Oba Tuungafasi, 2. Cody Taylor, 3. Tyrell Lomax, 4. Samuel Whitelock, 5. Duboe Waugh, 6. Shannon Frizzell, 7. Same Kane (C), 8. Luke Jacobson, 9. Cam Roigard, 10. .Richie Mounga, 11. Leicester Fainga'anuku, 12. Jordie Barrett, 13. Anton Linnert-Brown, 14. Will Jordan, 15. Damian McKenzie.

changes: PT: 8' Fletcher Newell for Tyrel Lomax. ST: 5´ Samisoni Toukeiho and Tamaiti Williams Oba Tu'ungafasi and Cody Taylor, 13' Ethan Blackadder, Finlay Christie and Caleb Clarke. Samuel Whitelock and Richie Monga by Shannon Frissell, Cam Rogard and Jordy Barrett, 22´ Scott Barrett and Beauton Barrett.

Trainer: Ian Foster

Uruguay (0): 1- Matteo Sanguinetti, 2- German Kessler, 3- Diego Arbelo, 4- Ignacio Totti, 5- Manuel Lindegger, 6- Manuel Artao, 7- Lucas Bianchi, 8- Manuel Diana, 9- Santiago Arata, 10, 11- Nicolas Freitas, 12- Andres Vilaseca (C), 13- Tomas Inciarte, 14- Gaston Myers, 15- Rodrigo Silva.

changes: ST: 5´ Juan Manuel Rodríguez for Ignacio Totti, 9´ Felipe Etcheverry, 15´ Santiago Civeta for Manuel Diana, 17´ Juan Manuel Alonso and Ignacio Peculo Gaston 1 Myers and Diogo 1 Lo Aratha, 22' Guillermo Pujadas for German Kessler, 23' Matias Benítez for Mateo Sanguinetti.

Trainer: Esteban Menezes.

First Half Scores: 20' try Damian Mackenzie replaces Richie Mo'nka (NZ), 24' try replaces Richie Mo'nka (NZ), 32' try replaces Will Jordan (NZ), 37' try replaces Richie Mo'nka (NZ), Cam Rogard ( NZ).

Partial result: Uruguay 0-26 New Zealand

Second Half Points: 45' try by Fletcher Newell (NZ), 48' try by Leicester Fainga'anuku by Richie Mo'nka (NZ), 52' try by Damian McKenzie by Richie Mo'nka (NZ), 64' try by Will Jordan. Damian McKenzie (NZ), 67' try replaced by Leicester Fainga'Anuku, Damian McKenzie (NZ), 72' try replaced by Tamaiti Williams (NZ).

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Referee: Wayne Barnes (RFU).

Arena: OL Stadium, Lyon.