The head coach of Australia analyzed the loss to All Blacks 57-22 and made self-criticism about what was shown by his team. “We were well defeated and I say well defeated because we did not know how to secure the ball enough”, Rennie said in remarks after the second and final Bledisloe Cup match against New Zealand.
With respect to defensive aspect, pointed to the decisions made: “I think we defended very well in the first half … but we made some bad decisions and kicked poorly. We are exposed on the short sideand we intercepted in places where there was enough room to press them. “
In keeping with the Australian coach about bad resolutions, Michael Hooper also spoke. “We made some very good plays towards the end of the first half. We were solid in the scrum and New Zealand was committing infractions.”, finished the captain of the Wallabies.