The All Blacks, which will be measured against The Pumas this saturday for the Three nations, count on various strengths both in his offense and in his defense after what was demonstrated in the two games against Australia.
The head coach’s team Ian foster opened the Three nations with a bulky trump before Australia by 43-5 and fell in the second duel for 24-22. In those two encounters who most minutes played were the center Anton Lienert-Brown and the second line Sam whitelock, both with 160 minutes each.
Of the 65 points converted so far, the player who scored the most it was Richie mo’unga with 2. 3. All those points were scored in the first game between Australians and New Zealanders as he couldn’t be present in the second game. The opening will start again against The Pumas. Another player to stand out on offense is Rieko Ioane, that like Mo’unga has two tries in the competition and they are the ones that most times supported the rival ingoal.
Another fact to highlight from Mo’unga is that, so far, is the New Zealand player who traveled the most meters with the ball so far in the tournament: 121 meters.
Finally on the defensive aspect, the more tackler is Sam Cane with 19 (second in this ranking behind Australian Michael Hooper with 34) and who more lineouts won in both the All Blacks and the Three Nations it is Sam Whitelock with 12.