New Zealand lose to Ireland in Dublin

New Zealand lose to Ireland in Dublin

Match: 29-20

After a clear victory in the championship this summer, and three major victories in Test matches against the United States, Wales and Italy, we had hoped that all blacks would find some space for tact, and they were never in a dominant position. In a position to win alone.

Their only attempt was to take advantage of two penalties from the whistle against the opponent and two passes behind the touchline, and Papali found his hooker inside Taylor inside the locker like butter (32, 5-10). It is enough to lead against the pace of the game with a perfectly pressed knife.

But this improvement was short-lived. After opening the scoring with an attempt by Lowe (15th) in the overflow, another pound (30th) for a foul on the ground continued the pound flush ahead of the Nietzsche-cylinders, who stood firm in the Irish defense. In the scoring area the Irish happily held on against the crashing waves with great joy (37-40).

Opener Jonathan Sexton’s teammates came back in the second half very excited but more accurate, and it was only natural that they scored their second attempt (44th) at the level of Hooker Keller, followed by Flanker’s skill and through the open field. Doris (51) led 17-10 behind Maul. Then Sexton (56th) scored 20-10.

Short of breath, all blacks were able to overcome their disability in hours, but only to one side with a second flash, falling in love at first sight on the pass, and a millimeter try (62, 20-17) from the Jordan revived the suspense. However, an attempt (69th) for an all-round pass to the All-Blacks was turned down, and Sebastien’s substitute Carberry scored two penalty goals (65, 73) to give his side a small but successful victory. He scored the third goal at the last minute.

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This is Ireland’s third win in Dublin (16-9) since 2018 and 16-9 against New Zealand since 2016, and Chicago’s 40-29.

Player: Joey Carberry, Sexton’s heir

A native of Auckland (another JAFA), he remained there until the age of eleven, when Joey Carberry won with three penalty goals (65, 73, 80) and became the worthy heir to the selection century Jonathan Sexton. At age 65, he suffered another stroke following a head injury. Trained at Clondorf until junior, he passed through Leinster in the shadow of the master before heading to Munster to find playing time, and Joey Carberry stands out as Sexton’s appointed successor.

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