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07-16-2007, 02:01 AM
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Originally Posted by clefty View Post
Its absolutely true. Execution of the attacking team has nothing to do with a defensive team's line speed, one on one tackling, breakdown pressure and defensive pattern.

New Zealand did bomb a try down the right fringes 30m out with a wayward pass, but I'm completely flabbergasted that anyone would say the Australians defensive structure wasn't good in that half.

ADD: The lack of execution from New Zealand was a by-product of pressure from the Australian defensive line.
I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. I'm flabbergasted you would call a defence that let in two, but could have been 3 tries in one half "excellent".

On another note, does anyone else remeber this match from the '95 world cup

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