Its a clean sweep for All Blacks in Bledisloe Cup

New Zealand proved to be superior to Australia as they beat them 37-20 in the Bledisloe Cup in Yokahama on Saturday 27 October.
It was the third straight win over Wallabies. All Blacks managed five tries in the match while Wallabies scored just two tries in the clash.  Liam Squire scored the opening try after being put through by  Sonny Bill Williams. Beauden Barrett added the extras before Kurtley Beale gave Wallabies the first three points.

Barrett returned to the scoresheet with a three-pointer and converted Kieran Read’s try.  The seven points saw the side take a 17-3. In the closing minute,  Sefa Naivalu landed a converted try for a 17-10 scoreline at the break.
Bernard Foley and Barrett scored a penalty each from the break before the latter could land himself two more tries. Tolu Latu was yellow carded in the 67th minute and Ben Smith would rub salt in Wallabies wound by intercepting Folau’s try to stretched All Blacks lead.
Folau would then dance past All Blacks to cut the deficit. But the All Blacks would score the final try through  Ioane.

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