NZL
NO.NAME
15Jordie Barrett, FB
T
2
14Ben Smith, W
T
13Anton Lienert-Brown, C
12Ryan Crotty, C
11Rieko Ioane, W
10Beauden Barrett, FH
9Aaron Smith, SH
1Joe Moody, P
T
2Codie Taylor, H
3Owen Franks, P
4Sam Whitelock, L
5Scott Barrett, L
6Liam Squire, FL
7Sam Cane, FL
8Luke Whitelock, N8
Replacements
16Nathan Harris, R
17Karl Tuinukuafe, R
18Ofa Tuungafasi, R
19Vaea Fifita, R
20Ardie Savea, R
21TJ Perenara, R
22Damian McKenzie, R
3
23Ngani Laumape, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Westpac Stadium
8:35 AM, June 16, 2018
Capacity: 34,500

Match Commentary

82'That's it from Wellington. France have shown plenty of determination and spirit to limit the damage after Benjamin Fall was sent off in the first half. Too many handling errors, for sure, but they were certainly the better team in the second half and they will be heading to Dunedin in much better spirits than New Zealand despite the All Blacks having won the game to secure the series. Thanks for your company.
81'Tremendous break on the left flank and seemingly the entire ground erupts to cheer the score.
81'France continue to play after the siren under a penalty advantage and Cedate Gomes Sa crosses for a much deserved try.

Match Stats

NZL
Possession
FRA
42%
58%
Territory
41%
59%
NZL
FRA
96Runs147
523Metres Run511
14Clean Breaks15
123Tackles69
29Missed Tackles19
10Turnover Knock On8

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