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All Blacks captain Richie McCaw broadcasts Men in Black safety video for Air New Zealand

Ireland host New Zealand at Aviva Stadium in Dublin as the Autumn Open continues.

Andy Farrell’s men are in great shape and produce a scintillating rugby brand that wowed Japan 60-5 last weekend.

As the All Blacks are also approaching top gear, having set world records for most test tries (96) and points (675) scored in a calendar year after they recently demolished Italy , Wales and the United States have also exploded in recent weeks. to bounce back perfectly from the narrow loss to South Africa on the Gold Coast.

This is a rematch of the 2019 World Cup quarter-final, where New Zealand inflicted a stinging defeat on the Irish, which ended the Joe Schmidt era. But with Farrell now in charge, Johnny Sexton hailed the encouraging signs of a new brand of rugby: “We’ve always had the license to do it, but if teams show a different image, you can’t do it all. time. This is how Saturday’s game went. We would love to do this all the time and we just got the pictures and we got them pretty well read and performed on the back.

Follow live updates from Dublin, as well as Scotland’s conclusion against South Africa in Murrayfield, Edinburgh.

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Ireland 20-10 New Zealand (Pen Sexton 56 ′)

Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:41 PM
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Ireland 17-10 New Zealand

54 mins: This creates another promising position for Ireland, and they start working the phases through forwards. The All Blacks then conceded the penalty after David Havili blocked Sexton’s pass from an offside position.
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:40 PM
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Ireland 17-10 New Zealand

53 minutes: This is incredible from Ireland! After Sexton adds the conversion, they force New Zealand to make another turnout as Ringrose throws himself on a loose ball. Gibson Park then plays a perfect box kick to the corner, which Barrett can’t keep in play.
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:38 PM
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TO TRY! Ireland 15-10 New Zealand (DORIS 51 ′)

Ireland regain the lead as Caelen Doris scores his first international try! After the line-up, Ireland took possession of the ball just outside the 22-meter line. Doris picked up the ball from the ruck and paused quickly inside two New Zealand players before crossing past the posts!
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:35 PM
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Ireland 10-10 New Zealand

49 mins: More slack play from New Zealand as Ioane’s pass slips past his target as the All Blacks looked to build some momentum. This forces New Zealand to clear, before Sexton forces them back deep into their half as he finds contact.
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:34 PM
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Ireland 10-10 New Zealand

47 mins: Ireland are forced to face a few testers after New Zealand leaves for the air. Ireland’s line speed is also good as New Zealand has a spell on the ball – before their movement crumbles when Will Jordan hits.
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:31 PM
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Ireland 10-10 New Zealand

46 mins: Sexton can’t add conversion after his kick hits the post! Ireland retain possession after the restart.
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:29 PM
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TO TRY! Ireland 10-10 New Zealand (KELLEHER 44 ′)

Awesome from Ireland! They quickly move the ball from left to right following the line after some nice carries from the back, with Lowe involved again! New Zealand stops them on their try line, but unlike much of the first half, Ireland are able to find that extra yard as Kelleher takes over with help from Henderson!
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:27 PM
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Ireland 5-10 New Zealand

41 mins: Both teams start the second half with an exchange of kicks, before Ireland win the first half-time penalty after Papalii is penalized following a good catch from Lowe . Sexton kicks in and Ireland keeps the ball in the New Zealand half.
Jamie BraidwoodNovember 13, 2021 4:26 PM
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Irishman James Lowe celebrates his goal

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New Zealander Codie Taylor celebrates his goal

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New Zealander Jordie Barrett in action

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Jordie Barrett launches a conversion

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Irishman Iain Henderson is tackled

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Jack RathbornNovember 13, 2021 4:26 PM

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