John kirwan was one of the greatest players who had the All Blacks. World Champion in 1987 and with 63 tests with the New Zealand jersey, he is without a doubt an authoritative voice today. But, the exwing wrongly sentenced before the duel between those in black and Los Pumas for the Three Nations and was ridiculed.
In the New Zealand program, The Breakdown, in which Mills Muliaina also participates, Kirwan predicted an easy match for the All Blacks on Matchday 3 of the Three Nations against Los Pumas. It was not only forceful but also used a mocking tone.
In the preview of the game between Argentina and New Zealand, the former All Black joked about the situation of the Argentines but the results were not as he believed.
After looking ridiculous, Kirwan had to go out to apologize and congratulate Los Pumas for the feat. In addition, in the post-match program, he put himself in the shoes of an Argentine fan and filled with praise the team of Mario Ledesma.
The ex-crack of the All Blacks talked about what happened in the New Zealand program with Muliaina and even spoke in Spanish. (Source: The Breakdown)
Already with an analyst tone, Kirwan pointed out what Pablo Matera did at the beginning of the meeting. He defined him as “the Argentine Sean Fitzpatrick” and criticized the All Blacks for their indiscipline during the game.
The former All Blacks player impeccably defined what the Los Pumas captain did and compared him to a former New Zealand leader. (Source: The Breakdown)