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TOKYO: Kieran Read did not want a World Cup third-place play-off to be his last Test but you would never have known it from the way the New Zealand captain played during the All Blacks’ 40-17 win over Wales in Tokyo on Friday (Nov 1).
The number eight had hoped his 127th international, his final match before he quits Tests and continues his club career in Japan, would have seen him leading New Zealand to a third successive World Cup title.
Last week’s stunning 19-7 semi-final loss to England in Yokohama, however, put paid to that ambition.
Instead the 34-year-old Re
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