- Quarter-final: Australia 48-4 Lebanon
- Kangaroos will face New Zealand or Fiji in semi-final
The Australian juggernaut rolls on and shows no signs of slowing down. In the birthplace of rugby league, the Kangaroos once again underlined why they hold the international game in the palm of their hands after strolling into the semi-finals of the Rugby League World Cup.
Their latest rugby league clinic was a masterful display against Lebanon in Huddersfield, with Josh Addo-Carr scoring five tries and Mal Meninga’s side outclassing the Cedars in every department to set up a semi-final against either New Zealand or Fiji in Leeds next Friday. Four games into this tournament, and the Kangaroos have only conceded 18 points and it feels as though they have not yet been properly tested.
Written by Aaron Bower at the John Smith’s Stadium
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