New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga (centre) and Sevu Reece (right) celebrate scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over Ireland. Photo: EPA New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga (centre) and Sevu Reece (right) celebrate scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over Ireland. Photo: EPA
New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga (centre) and Sevu Reece (right) celebrate scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over Ireland. Photo: EPA

All Blacks on course to become unusual breed of World Cup winners in Japan

  • Youthful New Zealand side trounce Ireland in Tokyo
  • All Blacks will be big favourites in the semi-finals against England

Topic |   Rugby World Cup 2019
New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga (centre) and Sevu Reece (right) celebrate scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over Ireland. Photo: EPA New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga (centre) and Sevu Reece (right) celebrate scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over Ireland. Photo: EPA
New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga (centre) and Sevu Reece (right) celebrate scoring a try during their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win over Ireland. Photo: EPA
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