|100%||Kick Percent Success||57%|
|19||Kicks From Hand||25|
|43% / 47%||Possession 1H/2H||57% / 53%|
|43% / 45%||Territory 1H/2H||57% / 55%|
|82 / 84 (97%)||Rucks Won||88 / 94 (93%)|
|1 / 1 (100%)||Mauls Won||5 / 5 (100%)|
|0||Total Free Kicks Conceded||0|
Rugby Australia will not take any action against a fan that was involved in a physical altercation with Wallabies flanker Lukhan Tui following their loss 23-19 loss to the Pumas on Saturday night.
How did the Springboks manage to beat the All Blacks with just 25 percent possession? Surely the Wallabies' experiment with Kurtley Beale at No.10 is at an end? Meanwhile, Mario Ledesma is in the same sweet spot Michael Cheika occupied in 2015.
As the Wallabies slip to a demoralising seventh in the world rankings, the need for a change in direction has never been clearer. These lost Wallabies souls need revitalising, the time to act is now -- Greg Growden writes.
Argentina coach Mario Ledesma is certain his former boss Michael Cheika is the right man to steer the Wallabies forward, insisting his methods will soon bear fruit.
Talk is cheap and Wallabies coach Michael Cheika knows the only way to placate an increasingly agitated Australian rugby fanbase, after letting them down once again, is through actions on the field.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika doesn't expect Lukhan Tui will join the team for their Rugby Championship tour after indicating his desire to sit out the remainder of the season.