Ireland achieved an impressive triumph by defeating the All Blacks 29-20. The European team, who with this registers his third victory against New Zealand, battled from the first minute and became the owner of the victory.
The match of the date met expectations from the first minute. Both teams showed an initial intensity both in the brand and in their attacks that, despite taking a long time to open the score, gave about 15 minutes for other entertaining. However, it was precisely the high intensity that led to the points starting to arrive in the match. Ireland was able to take advantage of the first advantage that the All Blacks gave them, who suffered the yellow of Codie taylor, and scored the first try of the match through James Lowe, who received at the tip and threw himself headlong to support. Those in black did not shrink and, despite playing with one less, they forced an accessible penalty, which was converted by Jordie Barrett.
Making use of their numerical advantage, Ireland planted themselves in the rival field and forced an inexhaustible defensive effort on the part of the All Blacks, who around half an hour already had 77 tackles. After several minutes of siege, the locals managed to score their second try at the hands of Furlong, but this was canceled by a previous improper move by Ronan Kelleher. The New Zealanders took this extra life and quickly returned to their rival’s field, this time with a try by Codie Taylor who knew how to accompany the good break of Dalton papali. Despite this blow, Ireland did not slacken and settled back in opposing lands, where again they ran into a black wall that made it impossible for them to score points in repeated advances.
The award for so much effort by the Irish came with the second half. Just three minutes after starting the complement, Ronnan Kelleher He managed to break the All Blacks’ lock and support to equalize the score at 10. Far from showing fatigue, the local remained as the owner of the game and in the rival field. The second victory of the half, third in the game, came through the other forward who stood out when attacking. Caelan doris he received around 10 o’clock, broke Codie Taylor’s tackle, and supported to put his team back in the lead.
Almost like the first half, New Zealand scored a try again and closed the gap. The conquest came from a great combination between Reiko Ioane and Will jordan, who enabled his teammate with a kick and then received the assist. With this try, New Zealand quickly took the offensive role against an Ireland that never lowered the intensity and had its share of luck in a try play against that was canceled by a minimal forward pass. One penalty per side left everything ready for a final ten minutes full of suspense.
The game, which continued to demonstrate an impressive battle, was defined through the foot of the entered Joey carberry. In the first instance, the substitute opening converted a penalty from the middle of the court, which came as a result of the penalty generated by Tadhg Beirne. Then, with only one minute of play remaining, with another penalty but this time it was conceded due to an error of the All Blacks. It was victory for Ireland, third in its history against the New Zealand national team, who will now face The Pumas in what will be the continuation of this November window.
IRELAND: 1. Andrew Porter, 2. Ronan Kelleher, 3. Tadhg Furlong, 4. Iain Henderson, 5. James Ryan, 6. Caelan Doris, 7. Josh van der Flier, 8. Jack Conan, 9. Jamison Gibson Park, 10. Johnny Sexton (C), 11. James Lowe, 12. Bundee Aki, 13. Garry Ringrose, 14. Andrew Conway, 15. Hugo Keenan.
Substitutes: 16. Rob Herring 17. Cian Healy 18. Finlay Bealham 17 caps 19. Tadhg Beirne, 20. Peter O’Mahony, 21. Conor Murray, 22. Joey Carbery, 23. Keith Earls.
NEW ZEALAND: 1. Joe Moody, 2. Codie Taylor, 3. Nepo Laulala; 4. Brodie Retallick, 5. Sam Whitelock (c), 6. Ethan Blackadder, 7. Dalton Papali, 8. Ardie Savea, 9. TJ Perenara, 10. Beauden Barrett, 11. Sevu Reece, 12. Anton lienert Brown, 13 Rieko Ioane, 14. Will Jordam, 15. Jordei Barrett.
Suplents: 16 Dane Coles, 17 Karl Tu’inukuafe, 18 Tyrel Lomax, 19 Tupou Va’ai, 20 Akira Ioane, 21 Finlay Christie, 22 Richie Mo’unga, 23 David Havili.
FIRST TIME POINTS: 14´ Try by James Lowe (I), 19´ Penalty by Jordie Berret (N), 32´ Try by Codie Taylor and conversion by Jordie Barret (N).
PARTIAL RESULT: Ireland 5-10 New Zealand
SECOND TIME POINTS: 43´ Try Ronnan Kelleher (I), 50´ Try by Caelan Doris and conversion by Johnny Sexton (I), 56´ Penalty by Johnny Sexton (I), 62´ Try Will Jordan and conversion by Jordie Barret (N), 66´ Penalty by Joey Carbery, 70 ‘Penalty by Jordie Barret, 79’ Penalty by Joey Carbery (I)
FINAL SCORE: Ireland 29-20 New Zealand
CARDS: 13´ yellow Codie Taylor (13´)
BASKETBALL COURT: Aviva Stadium, Ireland