Rugby Rugby World Cup: New Zealand thrash Canada with nine tries

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Rugby World Cup: France beat USA & All Blacks thrash Canada
2019 Rugby World Cup: New Zealand v Canada
New Zealand:(28) 63
Tries:Penalty try, J Barrett, Williams, B Barrett, Ioane, S Barrett, Frizell, Weber (2)Cons:Mo’unga (8)
Canada:(0) 0

Two-time defending champions New Zealand scored nine tries to thrash Canada and record their second convincing win at the 2019 World Cup.

Brothers Beauden, Jordie and Scott Barrett all went over as the All Blacks hit this World Cup’s highest score.

They were given a penalty try after four minutes and Jordie Barrett, Sonny Bill Williams and Beauden Barrett also crossed before half-time.

Scott Barrett, Rieko Ioane, Brad Weber and Shannon Frizell also scored.

There were four tries in the first 10 minutes at the start of the second half as New Zealand tore their opponents’ defence apart.

The All Blacks move up to second in Pool B, one point behind Italy – out in front courtesy of two bonus-point wins – who they play after facing Namibia on Sunday.

The victory extends New Zealand’s winning run at World Cups to 16 matches – their last defeat was to France in the 2007 quarter-final – and continues their record of having never lost a pool game in the competition.

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