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All Blacks coach Steve Hansen and playmaker Richie Mo’unga reflect on the win over Canada.
As the All Blacks prepare to cause Namibia maximum discomfort in Tokyo, the question as to whether one of their most potent weapons will be unveiled remains unanswered.
Towering lock Brodie Retallick’s role at the World Cup has so far been limited to grafting on the training fields to cautiously allow the shoulder he dislocated against the Springboks on July 27 to heal.
Retallick, arguably the world’s best second rower, hasn’t played since that date but could potentially make his comeback prior to the quarterfinal stage of the global tournament in Japan.
Despite some sloppy execution and only getting decent flow into their attack during the first and third quarters of the game against Canada at Oita Stadium on Wednesday night, the All Blacks triumphed 63-0.
* Ruthless ABs thump Canada
* How ABs rated against Canada
* SBW’s cool runnings in Oita heat
* ABs toil in ‘unbelievable’ humidity
* Barrett barrage crushes Canada
* How to watch all the RWC games
* Download Stuff’s RWC wallchart
* RWC results and pool standings
It should be enough to make Namibia shiver, despite the humid temperatures.
So imagine their reaction if Retallick is also wheeled out to play them in their penultimate pool game in Tokyo Stadium on Sunday.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was cagey when asked if Retallick would get some time on the track against Namibia.
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