The first confrontation for the Bledisloe Cup it took place in Wellington. All Blacks Y Wallabies Sparks were drawn, the match had a lot of seasonings and lasted eight minutes longer than the regular time, left everyone with their hearts in their hands and ended 16-16.
With the result set to 16 per side, the back of the Wallabies Reece Hodge he was encouraged to win the game with a penalty from behind from the middle of the field. The Australian player executed that kick in a great way but did not enter in an incredible way.
After that missed kick, the All Blacks they went in search of the triumph. The last minutes were really for the heart attack. Australia defended and the locals did everything to win.
Neither wanted a draw … Almost more than ten extra minutes were played in Wellington.
The madness of the end was not only lived in the stadium. From a distance, you could feel the nervousness transmitted by the culminating minutes. Australia endured, All Blacks They could not enter and everything ended in a draw.
To the surprise of many, New Zealand he did not make a drop on the last play. The All Blacks they bet on the try but finally failed. The overshoot shot seemed to be the most viable option due to the location close to the posts.