New Zealand practice aiming for the first three consecutive wins in the Rugby World Cup history released on September 11 at 16:06
The New Zealand national team, aiming for the first three consecutive wins at the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament that will open on the 20th of this month, has revealed their practice in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture.
The New Zealand national team, known by the nickname of “All Blacks”, is second in the world ranking, and this tournament will be the 9th consecutive 9th tournament, aiming for the first time in 3 consecutive years.
The 11th practice at Kashiwanoha Park General Stadium in Kashiwa City started just after 8:00 am, 1 hour ahead of schedule, taking heat and humidity into consideration, and only the first 15 minutes were released to the press. .
In practice, the standoff Boden Barrett, who was selected as the best player of the year in World Rugby, and Wing ’s Reiko Ioane, who was expected to be the first to score, were defeated by stretching and tackling. I was doing basic exercises such as later movements.
According to the team, the overall practice will be rounded up in about two hours in the morning, and the afternoon will be used for individual practice and meetings.
Ian Foster Assistant Coach, who I met, said that South Africa, the 4th place in the world in the first match of the World Cup ’s first league, had a test match with Japan last week. South Africa was more challenging with a kick strategy. "
"I'm glad that the game order is ideal and I can play an important game as soon as I come to Japan. I think South Africa is confident now, but we want to win and it will be an interesting game." Did.