Rugby World Cup 2019: Debutants reflect on successful All Blacks test

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After making his debut for the All Blacks against Argentina on Sunday morning (NZT), Luke Jacobson is already rearing to get back on the field.

The 22-year-old came on a substitute for Vaea Fafita and played 23 minutes in the 20-16 win in Buenos Aires.

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“It’s really special,” Jacobson told Newshub. “Getting named in the squad probably shocked me more, but to be able to get my first cap is bloody awesome. I hope I can get out there and get another cap.”

The Chiefs flanker insisted he wasn’t anxious while sitting on the bench waiting for a call up in what was a tightly fought contest.

“I’m not usually one to get too nervous before the game. It’s always a bit of a weird feeling when it’s tight wi

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