- New Zealand 44-6 Argentina
- Dominant Kiwis score seven tries in one-sided semi-final
New Zealand are now just 80 minutes away from writing a fresh chapter in their fabled rugby history. No country has ever previously won four World Cup titles and, conveniently, they have an extra day in which to recover prior to next Saturday’s final. Whoever they end up playing the All Blacks are going to take some stopping.
Argentina certainly had no answer, conceding seven tries and finishing a distant second in the end. Even when they are not at their absolute best, New Zealand’s ability to keep the scoreboard ticking allows them to dictate terms and their fly-half Richie Mo’unga remains the competition’s most in-form conductor.
Written by Robert Kitson at Stade de France
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