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Ireland boast a winning record over the All Blacks in the past few years.
Ireland will need to “frustrate the hell out of New Zealand” if they are to win their Rugby World Cup quarter-final in Japan.
That’s the view of former Irish centre Gordon D’Arcy who has laid down his battle plan for Joe Schmidt’s team in a passionate column for theIrish Times.
Do the basics, work hard at negating the All Blacks’ individual brilliance and starve them of possession – that’s it in a nutshell, according to 83-test star D’Arcy who noted this sort of philosophy had been at the heart of Ireland’s two historic wins in 2016 and 2018.
“The task of beating New Zealand is enormous. Each defeat is a game for the ages,” D’Arcy wrote in his column in theIrish Timeson Thursday (NZT).
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“How can it be done? Simple. You frustrate them to the point of error. Every man has his breaking point.
“If the whist
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