World Champions All Blacks Dominate Valiant France
France fail to come back 18-38 New Zealand
Clients booking rugby corporate hospitality will know The All Blacks are known for being the best in the world despite a disappointing first half, France fought back valiantly in the second half.
New Zealand stopped a second-half comeback from France beating them 38-18 for an 11th straight time. They scored four first-half tries and overcame Les Bleus strong comeback after the break at Stade de France on Saturday.
The All Blacks scored five tries through Dane Coles, Waisake Naholo (two touchdowns) Sam Cane and Ryan Crotty, with the fly-half Beauden Barrett scoring the rest with his boot against the French side.
All Blacks dominated the first half with 73 percent of territory, second half just 12 percent.
The French produced a valiant fightback in the second half to push the All Blacks all the way but the world champions managed to cling to a victory.