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New Zealand 63-0 Canada: Barrett brothers star in Rugby World Cup rout

New Zealand vs Canada
World Cup
11:15am Wednesday 2nd October

The Barrett brothers observed producing All Blacks history by each scoring a try as the Rugby World Cup holders defeated Canada 63-0.
Scott, Jordie and beauden became the first trio of brothers to lineup for New Zealand at a World Cup match and it was a trouble-free Pool B outing from the Canadians that were outclassed.
New Zealand scored nine attempts since they ran riot under the closed roof at Oita in humid states.
Canada dropped and have endured point beatings in five meetings as, but this was.
Coached by former Wales international Kingsley Jones, Canada conceded a penalty attempt in the fifth minute after their scrum had been shipped into reverse and suffered from the set-piece.
While Sonny Bill Williams profited from quick ruck ball to dummy over and put New Zealand 21-0 up jordie Barrett dotted down by Richie Mounga from an crossfield kick.
Canadas best chance came after Gordon McRorie pounced to his half-back partner and a handling error Peter Nelson tore downfield for Beauden Barrett into hare back and make a great last-ditch tackle on the prior Ulster back.
The ball dropped over the line as both teams fought with their handling but Beauden guaranteed the bonus-point was procured before half-time once he raced onto Williams grubber.
While himself was redeemed by Scott Barrett on 45 minutes when Kieran and Mounga Read combined to place over the second-row their advantage increased only 42 seconds into the second half, Williams again the creator.
Shannon Frizell and replacement scrum-half Brad Weber also got on the scoresheet his first All Blacks following it up and quickly try with less than an hour.
This was the final of the grading, although Beauden Barrett should have bagged the 10th attempt of New Zealand with the clock but he fumbled ownership in sight together with the point.
While Canada may face at the office on Tuesday when they take on South Africa the All Blacks head to Tokyo for Sundays match against Namibia.

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