Rugby World Cup's first three consecutive wins in New Zealand are final adjustments September 20 18:20

The New Zealand national team, aiming for the first three consecutive wins in the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, made the final adjustment for the first match against South Africa.

New Zealand, known as the nickname “All Blacks” in the second place in the world ranking, is aiming for the first three consecutive wins in history.

New Zealand will play against the powerhouse and South Africa in the first match of the first league on the 21st.

On the 20th, the final adjustments were made at the practice base in Tokyo on the 20th, and 15 minutes before the end were released to the press.

The players were divided into forwards and bucks, and they confirmed the attack and scrum coordination after catching the opponent kick for each position.

Steve Hansen head coach said at the press conference, “In the World Cup, responding to pressure will be the difference between winning and losing.

In South Africa, Captain Siya Korishi had a meeting and said, “It will be very tough when you lose the first match.