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New Zealand beat Australia in Sydney

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Article Published: Saturday 17 August 2013

The last time Australia's Wallabies played New Zealand's All Blacks was in October last year and the teams drew 18 all at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.

Match detail

We are waiting for the kick off.
The All Blacks are on the field. The Wallabies are now on the field and we are waiting for the anthems. The anthems are done and now we have the Haka.
0.01: Aaron Cruden kicks off and we are underway.
2.00: The All Blacks get almost the perfect start as they push the Wallabies back to their tryline.
3.00: The All Blacks send several waves of attack at the line and then they go wide to Ben Smith who scores. TRY!!
4.00: Aaron Cruden slots the conversion and the All Blacks are in control of match from early on.
6.00: Penalty to Australia for offside. Jesse Mogg takes the kick but it drifts out to the right. No change in the score.
7.00: Kieran Read is caught offside so the Wallabies have another penalty. Christian Lealiifano takes the kick and slots it. The Wallabies are on the board.
11.00: The All Blacks (Richie McCaw) concede another penalty so the Wallabies have another shot at posts. Lealiifano takes the kick and slots it. It's a one point match.
13.00: The All Blacks get the ball after the restart and start their attack. They work the ball into the Wallabies 22 but then they concede a penalty. Jesse Mogg kicks for touch and finds the line just before the half way line.
15.00: The Wallabies win the line out and Adam Ashley-Cooper slips through two tackles, the support comes and they kick the ball to Israel Dagg. The Wallabies win the ball back and continue their attack in the All Blacks 22.
16.00: The ball slows as the All Black defence holds them out and then the Wallabies concede a penalty. Cruden kicks for touch.
18.00: Richie McCaw wins a penalty for the All Blacks so Aaron Cruden takes the penalty kick. He curls it in and the All Blacks lead by 4.
21.00: Penalty to the Wallabies. Leallifano takes the kick and slots it. It's a one point match again.
25.00: Short arm penalty from the scrum and a warning for the All Blacks. The Wallabies choose to scrum again.
26.00: Richie McCaw concedes a penalty so the Wallabies have a penalty (offside). Lealiifano takes the kick and nails it. The Wallabies lead.
28.00: Lealiifano takes too long with a clearance kick and Cruden charges the ball down, chases it and dots it down to score. TRY!!
29.00: Cruden adds the conversion and the All Blacks lead again. Steven Luatua is getting some help from the medics.
33.00: The All Blacks push the Wallabies back into their 22 and the attack is constant and then in the corner Richie McCaw slips over and scores. TRY!! That's his 20th try and he is the first All Black forward to score 20 tries. His ninth against Australia. Cruden misses the conversion.
37.00: The All Blacks have the ball for a line out in the Wallabies 22. However Hooper snatches the ball and slips straight through, he passes to Will Genia who shows some real pace and beats the All Black back line to the tryline and scores - TRY!!
38.00: Lealiifano takes the conversion from in front. The Wallabies are closing the gap.
40.04: The siren sounds for half time but the All Blacks have the ball and play on. Conrad Smith slips through the defence and the All Blacks have the Wallabies on the backfoot. The Wallabies concede a penalty for offside so they will kick for posts.
41.00: Cruden takes the penalty kick and it's half time.
The half time score was Australia 19 New Zealand 25
Matt Toomua kicks off and the second half is underway.
41.00: Aaron Smith almost gets through the Wallaby defence but in the end the ball goes out.
42.0: The Wallabies win the line out but they knock on in the middle of the field so we have a scrum.
43.00: Ben Franks drops his knee in the scrum so the Wallabies have a penalty and kick for touch.
44.00: The Wallabies are playing the game a lot more in the All Blacks half this half.
45.00: Penalty to the Wallabies in front of the posts. Sam Whitelock playing the ball on the ground. Lealiifano kicks for posts and nails it.
48.00: There is a bit of a field kicking contest which is eventually edged by Mogg for the Wallabies. The Wallabies however win the line out almost on the half way line. Genia takes the box kick and the All Blacks get the ball and attack.
49.00: The All Blacks spread the ball to Julian Savea but he is just caught and the support can't continue the momentum. The Wallabies turn the ball over and they attack from inside their half.
50.00: The All Blacks turn the ball over and keep chipping away at the Wallabies. Ben Smith gets away and passes to Conrad Smith who goes over to score the BONUS point TRY!!
52.00: Cruden adds the conversion. Ewen McKenzie is going to the bench. Liam Gill is on.
57.00: The All Blacks win a scrum and spread the ball wide to Ben Smith who scores the All Blacks 5th TRY in the corner. Pace. Speed down the line.
58.00: Cruden takes the conversion kick but misses.
60.00: The Wallabies try to use the high cross kick for Folau which worked well against the Lions but Savea gets back for the ball. Quade Cooper comes on for the Wallabies and gets a big boo. He replaces Toomua. Hooper comes off for blood.
62.00: The Wallabies start sending wave after wave of attack at the All Blacks but Cruden gets an intercept and runs for the line, he sees he will be caught so he chips ahead for Savea but the ball hits the flag. Ryan Crotty is on for his first All Black cap. On for Nonu.
64.00: Another penalty for the All Blacks. This one is in front of the posts just outside the Wallabies 22. Cruden takes the kick and slots it. An 18 point lead now. Hooper comes back on.
68.00: The Wallabies try to attack but O'Connor is brought to ground and McCaw is over him but on his feet and wins a penalty. Cruden kicks for touch.
72.00: The All Blacks have the ball in a ruck and the ball just pops out at the back on the floor in front of Ben Smith who picks it up and races down the line and scores his hat trick TRY!
73.00: Cruden adds the conversion. Doug Howlett is the only other All Black to have scored a hat trick against Australia.
75.00: The All Blacks continue to bang away at the Wallabies even though this is their third highest score against the Australians.
79.00: The Wallabies are on the All Black tryline and attacking. Sam Whitelock is shown a yellow card and the Wallabies take the quick tap. James O'Connor goes over for his 14th Test try in the corner.
80.00: Lealiffano will take the conversion. He slots it but the All Blacks still win the match.
The full time score is Australia 29 (19) New Zealand 47 (25)


Tries - W.Genia, J.O.Connor.
Pen - C.Lealiifano 5
Con - C'Lealiifano 2
Drop -
Cards -

New Zealand
Tries - B.Smith 3, A Cruden, R.McCaw, C. Smith
Pen - A.Cruden 2
Con - A.Cruden 4
Drop -
Cards - S.Whitelock (yellow 79th min)

Match Officials
: Craig Joubert
Assistant Ref 1:Jaco Peyper
Assistant Ref 2:Lourens van der Merwe
TMO : Shaun Veldsman



Jesse Mogg; Israel Folau, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Christian Lealiifano, James O'Connor; Matt Toomua, Will Genia; Ben Mowen, Michael Hooper, Hugh McMeniman; James Horwill (capt), Rob Simmons; Ben Alexander, Stephen Moore, James Slipper.

Replacements : Saia Faingaa, Scott Sio, Sekope Kepu, Scott Fardy, Liam Gill, Nic White, Quade Cooper, Tevita Kuridrani

New Zealand

Israel Dagg; Ben Smith, Conrad Smith, Ma'a Nonu, Julian Savea, Aaron Cruden, Aaron Smith; Kieran Read, Richie McCaw (captain), Steven Luatua; Sam Whitelock, Luke Romano; Owen Franks, Andrew Hore, Tony Woodcock.

Replacements: Keven Mealamu, Ben Franks, Charlie Faumuina, Brodie Retallick, Sam Cane, Tawera Kerr-Barlow, Beauden Barrett, Ryan Crotty.

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