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France Shocks All Blacks with World Cup Pool Win

France Shocks All Blacks with World Cup Pool WinPhoto: World Rugby

France handed the All Blacks their first-ever World Cup pool loss with a 27-13 victory. Both teams scored two tries each, but France's precision and

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France handed the All Blacks their first-ever World Cup pool loss with a 27-13 victory. Both teams scored two tries each, but France’s precision and the All Blacks’ discipline issues proved decisive. New Zealand’s Will Jordan received a yellow card, and their game unraveled in the second half. Despite an early try by Mark Telea, the All Blacks struggled for ideas. The absence of key players and changes in the lineup weakened them. France’s controlled play, line speed, and pressure led to the win. The All Blacks need to address discipline and execution issues as they progress in the World Cup.

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