The spectacular numbers of the All Blacks champions in the Rugby Championship


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The spectacular numbers of the All Blacks champions in the Rugby Championship

The New Zealand national team became champion of the Rugby Championship after defeating South Africa 19-17 in the first of the two duels between the two and falling 31-29 in the final match. In addition, in the first four dates he obtained two victories against Australia and Argentina.

With 25 points harvested from five wins and one loss in five games played, those directed by Ian Foster star in interesting statistics.

Are 28 the tries that added the kiwis, being David Havili, Sevu Reece and Will Jordan their top scorers, with three wins each. In contrast, he has only received ten tries on his ingoal.

On the other hand, New Zealanders have to their credit 662 portings, 53 of them carried out by Jordie Barrett, escorted by the 636 from Australia. Of the 5115 meters won, 556 correspond to Rieko Ioane, who seconded Andrew Kellaway at the tournament as a player with the most clean breaks.

What’s more, the new owners of the first place in the world ranking lead in clean break facets with 46 and, surprisingly, South Africa is in last place with only 10. On the other hand, the youngest of the Barrett brothers Who is Most defenders surpassed: 21. And he is only slightly outdone by Australian Kellaway’s 23.

Regarding the fixed formations, New Zealand is located by below south africa in line-out effectiveness: Springboks reach 88.5% over the 84.8% of All Blacks. At scrum, leads the numbers with an 85%, followed by 79% of The Pumas. On the other hand, won rucks it is led by Wallabies with the 207%, while New Zealand is in third place, below Argentina (199%), with 185%.

The name of Jordie Barrett, this time accompanied by Akira Ioane, to position themselves as those who gave more offloads for yours, both with six. The Maori team’s fullback also owns 53 units, being the second-highest scorer in the tournament, behind only Handré Pollard (66).

It should be noted that the single card that those coached by Ian Foster saw at the Rugby Championship was the yellow Ardie Savea in the 57-22 victory over Australia.


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