25th September 01:55 AM
Eight-try spree as All Blacks thrash France 52-11
By Jessica Savike
Sunday 10/06/2018
Ngani Lumape celebrates scoring one of New Zealand’s seven second-half tries against France[Photo:The Guardian]

The All Blacks scored seven second‑half tries as they beat France 52‑11 last night in their first test match.

After Beauden Barrett’s sole first‑half score of 8 points, Codie Taylor, Ben Smith, Rieko Ioane, Damian McKenzie, Ngani Laumape and Ardie Savea got themselves on the score sheet.

At half-time France was leading 11-8 at half time.

The All Blacks scored two tries while a French player was sin binned.

In another match, the Wallabies broke Ireland’s 11‑game winning streak as they overcame them 18‑9 in Brisbane last night.

Bernard Foley and David Pocock scored the two tries for the Wallabies.

Meanwhile, South Africa have secured an excellent 42‑39 triumph over England in Johannesburg this morning.

Faf de Klerk, Sbu Nkosi and Willie le Roux scored tried for South Africa.

Argentina and Wales are locked nil-all.

Source:Planet Rugby

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