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Even if New Zealand lock Scott Barrett was sent off just before half-time, there was plenty to like about the Wallabies’ performance as they ran in six tries and secured back-to-back wins in the Rugby Championship for the first time since 2016.
That they were able to do it in front of a sell-out crowd of more than 61,000 was particularly pleasing for Cheika, who has watched as Australian rugby has struggled for good news stories this year after the sacking of Israel Folau.
The record win could not have come at a better time with the World Cup just six weeks away but Cheika, who led the Wallabies to the final in 2015, said there was plenty of work yet to do.
“It’s a building process, build a little bit, build a game, build a score and try and build a season,” he said. “We know we’ll have obstacles along the way but we’ve just got to try and get around
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