All Blacks crushed Wallabies in a great victory of 36-0 and crowned Bledisloe Cup 2019

all blacks celebrating with the Bledisloe Cup trophy

All Blacks won the Bledisloe cup title 2019 after beating Wallabies 36:0 in the final of the competition at Eden Park in New Zealand’s largest city Auckland.

For the 17th time in a row, All Blacks are making history once again, the mighty All Blacks won the Bledisloe Cup after defeating Wallabies with the result of 36-0 in the final match of the competition held at New Zealand’s largest sports stadium Eden Park.

Wallabies after last week excited win of 47-26 had big hopes for this game, but due to many mistakes and errors, they are defeated. Wallabies were seeking Bledisloe Cup trophy since 2002, unfortunately, they will have to wait for more.

Best players of the game

The points of All Blacks were scored by Sonny Bill Williams, Sevu Reece, Aaron Smith, Richie Mo’unga, Beauden Barrett con, Mo’unga pen, 3 cons, and George Bridge tries. No scores were for Wallabies. The first halftime was finished with 17-0 for the All Blacks.

All Blacks line up against Wallabies

Line up in the Bledisloe Cup final game for All Blacks were Joe Moody 1, Dane Coles 2, Nepo Laulala 3, Patrick Tuipulotu 4, Sam Whitelock 5, Ardie Savea 6, Sam Cane 7, Kieran Read (c) 8, Aaron Smith 9, Richie Mo’unga 10, George Bridge 11, Sonny Bill Williams 12, Anton Lienert-Brown 13, Sevu Reece 14, Beauden Barrett 15. The reserves were: Codie Taylor 16, Ofa Tu’ungafasi 17, Angus Ta’avao, Jackson Hemopo 19, Matt Todd 20, TJ Perenara 21, Ngani Laumape 22 and the last but not the least Jordie Barrett 23.

All Blacks vs Wallabies game stats

Below you can read stats for your viewing of Bledisloe Cup 2019 final game New Zealand- Australia.

  • Result: 36 – o
  • Possession: %50 – %50
  • Territory: %52 – %48
  • Tries: 5 – 0
  • Metres carried: 524 – 459
  • Carries: 123 – 118
  • Kicks: 37 – 22
  • Defenders beaten: 26 – 19
  • Clean breaks: 11 – 6
  • Passes: 130 – 136
  • Offloads: 10 – 13
  • Turnovers conceded: 13 – 24
  • Penalties conceded: 9 – 9
  • Lineouts won/lost: 9/11; 16/18;

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This All Blacks performance is a great relief for the whole team, but it has eased the anxiety of the entire nation and also calmed the nerves of coach Steve Hansen, who since the last week has made major changes to the composition of the team with the freshness and need that is felt. This victory is a breakthrough that New Zealand needed as they face a World Cup match against South Africa.

All Blacks vs Wallabies highlights video

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