The All Blacks were far superior from start to finish and beat up United States by 104 to 14. Will Jordan supported three tries and alongside Richie Mo’unga and Damian McKenzie were the highest points of the match played in Washington.
There were no equivalences between the two teams and it was clear from the start of the game. Luke Jacobson’s try at 29 seconds was a small taste of what would happen for the rest of 80 minutes. With a team without several of its figures, the men in black never took their foot off the gas and made a North American team pay dearly for the defeat that did not have the players who play in European rugby.
The string of tries included wins of all kinds, most notably the hat-trick by Crusaders wing Will Jordan. For its part, there was also a double for Damian McKenzie and Angus Ta’avao, to round off a festival that reached 16 tries. For its part, for the local, the only joys came through Nate Augspurger and Ryan Matya.
The forcefulness exhibited by the men in black made clear the abysmal differences between the two selected. New Zealand had no mercy and took a historic win on a new visit to the Eagles.
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