Rugby World Cup NZ Head Coach admires Japan September 30 15:57

A New Zealand head coach who was a candidate for the Rugby World Cup Japan meeting met and praised that Japan had a historic victory over Ireland, "I didn't expect to win the power, but it was a great performance." It was.

New Zealand, known by the nickname of “All Blacks”, will win against South Africa, the strong enemy in the first match, and will face the second league match against Canada in Oita City on the 2nd.

On January 30, Steve Hansen head coach at a conference held in Beppu, Oita Prefecture, where Japan beat Ireland, one of the winning candidates on the 28th, said, “I didn't expect to win the powerhouse. But Japan played with courage until the end, and it was a great performance with high technology standoffs. "

At the time of the conference, 15 starters from the Canadian game were also announced, and 11 people were replaced except for Boden Barrett, who plays the command tower, and Captain Kiran Reed, and the face changed dramatically.

Hansen Head Coach said, “We thought about giving out players who were n’t in the game.