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OPINION:How do you solve a problem like Maro?
That’s the challenge facing the next All Blacks coach no matter who that might be.
England lock Maro Itoje gave a performance so commanding on Saturday night that if he had been required to nail a penalty a goal with seconds to go you suspect he would have done so.
He was like John Eales, Victor Matfield and Martin Johnson rolled into one – the sort of player who emerges every now and again to get inside of the All Blacks’ heads and cause them all sorts of pain.
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Itoje is 25. He’s not even at his peak. But there he was, winning every collision, ripping the ball off Codie Taylor, winning turnovers and playing t
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