David Havili was fantastic in the All Blacks midfield on the inside throughout this afternoon.

He did well to protect his defense every time the Wallabies struggled to execute that won turnovers/penalties/intercepts, then the real work begins when Havili became so destructive after half-time with two tries that wowed the All Blacks supporters watching him.

Next up is Akira Ioane who also played a huge role on the blindside back row that distance his All Blacks team further away from the Wallabies.

Not only he spotted the Wallabies attacking struggles through the final third defensively but gave a helping hand when contributing the attack that made his backline a lot easier to score which is excellent communication & support play that reflected their big win today.

And Samu Kerevi learned a lot during the Tokyo Olympics while playing rugby sevens for Australia when he ran through the break with transferrable skills prepared at 15s level.

Look at the link-up play when he was side by side with team-mate Marika Koroibete earlier in the 1st half & he may have continued to create these chances throughout today but Kerevi lacks support regarding the executions and that’s lost points stolen which was scored by the All Blacks.

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Matthew Nicholas, the founder/blogger/vlogger on Sports Benches, is an aspiring cricket player & passionate sports fanatic who lives in Sydney, Australia.

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