The All Blacks were better from start to finish and lost United States 104 to 14. Will Jordan backs three tries with Richie Mounga and Damien Mackenzie The match played in Washington had the highest points.
There was no similarity between the two teams and this was evident from the beginning of the game. Luke Jacobson’s attempt at 29 seconds was just a small taste of what would happen for the rest of the 80 minutes. With a team without many of their figures, the black men never took their foot off the gas and paid dearly for defeats to a North American team that did not have players playing in European rugby.
The string of tries included all kinds of victories, most notably a hat-trick by Crusaders wing Will Jordan. For its part, there was also a double for Damien Mackenzie and Angus Tavao to complete the festival reaching 16 tries. For their part, for the locals, the only joys came through Nate Augsperger and Ryan Matya.
The force displayed by the men in black made clear the difference between the two men chosen. New Zealand showed no mercy and secured a historic victory on a fresh tour from the Eagles.
See full synthesis of the United States of America 14-104 New Zealand
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