7 Reasons Why All Blacks are Winning World Rugby Cup 2019!

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Hi, in today’s article we will show 7 reasons why All Blacks are winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, and we also provided you with statistics between the upcoming match against Ireland on Saturday in Tokyo and many more interesting facts.

The Great New Zealand Rugby team has been a part of this phenomenal game since 1892. It is also famous as ALL BLACKS and has been winning the last two 2011 and 2015’s World Cups and also has won Inaugural tournament in 1987.

The only men’s side who always wins against their opponent, with the 77% of test matches winning rate, according to the World Rugby Rankings survey New Zealand has been number one for so long. Another survey says that it has 87% wins rate which includes 54 matches in which they have won 47, Lost 6 and 1 game was a draw.

Here are 7 reasons why All Blacks are winning World Cup 2019

  1. Constantly evolving: The only constant thing is change, and All Blacks are fond of this one thing. In the realm of sports, one year could be like a decade. To stay at the top you have to keep evolving and this is something they are excelled at.
  2. Trust and respect: As they don’t believe in being caught by standing still. They have a firm belief in pushing forward by evolving themselves. As it matters a lot, where career lasts one-tenth of a lifetime.
  3. Clear goals: The quotes by this team represent that they have been changing themselves for so long, and that is the reason they are known for. They are affirmed to keep changing themselves so they could last this Industry as the legends.
  4. Game tactics: As the Game tactics changes, they change their mindsets along with their priority plays. This is something they know better than anyone else. If their opponents are thinking of them as the old New Zealand team then this is something they are lacking at.
  5. Strategies: New Game New Strategy they know it all. What their opponent is powerful at. What are they dropping and what their playing edge is? As they have been winning for the last two World Cups they are the experts at changing and exploring the other teams’ tactics.
  6. Domination: It feels like domination is in their DNA. The day they played their first test match was the day they start winning.
  7. Confidence: All Blacks never seem over-confident about their match and its outcomes as their focus is just on their practice and strategy. As they are the change believers, so they don’t want to get under pressure by their overconfidence when they know it can lead to a massive destruct and loss.

All Blacks vs Ireland

The New Zealand All Blacks and Ireland play at Tokyo Stadium on Saturday, October 19 at 11.15 pm (NZT)

Nigel Owens is a Welsh referee and he will take charge of the quarter-final Rugby World Cup 2019 between All Blacks and Ireland.

  • Location: Tokyo Stadium
  • Time: 11.15 pm on Saturday (NZT)
  • Referee:  Nigel Owens – Welsh

Past encounters

DetailsPlayedWon by IrelandWon by New ZealandDrawnIreland pointsNew Zealand points
In Ireland171151164378
In New Zealand120120152421
Neutral venue21105972
Overall312281375871

*According to the test match results database

As the Winning streak of New Zealand is much higher than Ireland.

The longest winning streak by New Zealand is 22(23 Nov 1974–5 November 2016) While Ireland’s 1(17 Nov 2018)

All Blacks team

  • 1. Joe Moody (43)
  • 2. Codie Taylor (48)
  • 3. Nepo Laulala (23)
  • 4. Brodie Retallick (78)
  • 5. Samuel Whitelock (115)
  • 6. Ardie Savea (42)
  • 7. Sam Cane (65)
  • 8. Kieran Read – captain (124)
  • 9. Aaron Smith (89)
  • 10. Richie Mo’unga (14)
  • 11. George Bridge (7)
  • 12. Anton Lienert-Brown (40)
  • 13. Jack Goodhue (11)
  • 14. Sevu Reece (5)
  • 15. Beauden Barrett (80)
  • 16. Dane Coles (66)
  • 17. Ofa Tuungafasi (33)
  • 18. Angus Ta’avao (11)
  • 19. Scott Barrett (33)
  • 20. Matt Todd (23)
  • 21. T J Perenara (62)
  • 22. Sonny Bill Williams (55)
  • 23. Jordie Barrett (14)

Ireland team

  • 1. R. Kearney
  • 2. K. Earls
  • 3. G. Ringrose
  • 4. R. Henshaw
  • 5. J. Stockdale
  • 6. J. Sexton
  • 7. C. Murray
  • 8. C. Healy
  • 9. R. Best (capt)
  • 10. T. Furlong
  • 11. I. Henderson
  • 12. James Ryan
  • 13. Peter O’Mahony
  • 14. Josh van der Flier
  • 15. CJ Stander
  • 16. N. Scannell
  • 17. D. Kilcoyne
  • 18. A. Porter
  • 19. T. Beirne
  • 20. R. Ruddock
  • 21. Luke McGrath
  • 22. J. Carbery
  • 23. J. Larmour

Results of last 5 matches

  • All Blacks 71 W 9 Namibia
  • All Blacks 63 W 0 Canada
  • All Blacks 23 W 13 South Africa
  • All Blacks 36 W 0 Australia
  • Australia 47 L 26 All Blacks
  • Ireland 47 W 5 Samoa
  • Ireland 35 W 0 Russia
  • Japan 19 L 12 Ireland
  • Ireland 27 W 3 Scotland
  • Ireland 19 W 10 Wales

What to expect on Saturday?

So as the previous records show that if Ireland wants to overcome All Blacks, they have to change their strategies and regulations according to this legendary team.

The main reason why All Blacks are winning so long is their coaching and their strategies. At rugby betting sites the mighty All Blacks are in most cases absolute favorites and players always bet on their win.

They know how to manipulate their opponent, and to play with their minds. They firstly set their fear by performing their associated War song HaKa and then they go after their prey.

They first put their Changing strategies so the other couldn’t even find what is going on, and right after he finds it they quickly jump on to the other step.

This legendary team has engraved their names in our minds as a perfect example of change and strategic game.

The other closest winning rate team is England National Union Rugby Team and then the best listings teams are also waiting for their turn.

Have a nice day!