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All Blacks Dominate Pumas in World Cup Semi-Final

All Blacks Dominate Pumas in World Cup Semi-Final

The All Blacks had an exceptional victory against the Pumas in the World Cup semi-final, with a final score of 44-6. A significant moment came in the

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The All Blacks had an exceptional victory against the Pumas in the World Cup semi-final, with a final score of 44-6. A significant moment came in the first half when Mark Tele’a’s powerful carry set up Shannon Frizell’s try, showcasing the All Blacks’ dominance. Despite some concerns about goal kicking, the All Blacks effectively managed the game, demonstrated strong set pieces, and effectively shut down the Pumas’ attacking attempts. The victory solidifies the All Blacks’ place in the final, with Will Jordan potentially set to break the record for the highest try scorer in a World Cup. While the blowout might have dampened the excitement for some, the Argentinian team has a chance to secure a third-place finish. The anticipation now lies in the likely tight match between the Springboks and England, setting the stage for an eagerly awaited final clash.

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