Saturday, September 17, 2011

RUGBY WORLD CUP: New Zealand Too Good

New Zealand 83, Japan 7 in Auckland (World Cup, Pool A)

New Zealand were just too good for Japan in Auckland last night. They scored 13 tries to 1 and looked every bit a world champion team.

Japan had little ball. When they did they looked organised but were unable to breach the black wall of defence. The biggest cheer of the night was when they scored their only try through veteran winger Onizawa.

Stand out players for New Zealand were Ma'a Nonu and replacement player Sonny Bill Williams.

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