South Africa dominate the All Blacks, beaten for the 3rd time in a row

New Zealand suffered a third defeat in a row this Saturday, at the opening of the Rugby Championship, largely dominated in South Africa (26-10). Already beaten twice by Ireland, the All Blacks were unable to raise their heads among the serious and diligent Springboks.

New Zealand, which remained on two losses in a row against Ireland in July, suffered a third consecutive defeat against South Africa, winner 26-10, Saturday in Nelspruit at the opening of the Rugby Championship.

The Springboks scored a half-time try, fly-half Handré Pollard kicking all the other points for the hosts. The All Blacks, completely dominated, did not respond only by a weakness of Jordie Barrett just before half-time and a try at the very end of the match when South Africa were reduced to 14 after the exclusion of Kurt – Lee Arendse for dangerous play.

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