Tuesday , March 2 2021

All Blacks TV bring fans to a changing room after a defeat in Ireland



New Zealand Changing Room
Kieran read for ALL Blacks TV after losing to Ireland in Dublin. Pic All Blacks TV

All the blacks were apparently confused at the final whistle, lost in Ireland in a comprehensive game that was in New Zealand.

And while the players on both sides exchanged in the field, the changing room was a different story in the wardrobe.

Captain Kiwi Kieran Read described as "dark" and the camera shows players sitting in silence when the defeat falls.

Haka is run by New Zealand's All Blacks, led by Captain Kieran Read, before the international run of the Guinness series between Ireland and New Zealand at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Photo: David Fitzgerald / Sportsfile

Guys do not enjoy losing. It was just one of those weird games where we really could not enter. We gave the opportunity in the past 20 minutes, but we did not take advantage of these opportunities, and that's what's coming up and on big occasions, that's a pretty small margin. "

In Read, which played in all types of test matches all over the world, including the World Cup finals, was quickly recognized by the Irish team and their fans seemed ready to blow their own roof from the first whistle as stadium stadium Aviva.

"Many loans have to go to Ireland, they have been very well defended and closed. This is a real bank, a great game against a truly good side against thousands of people shouting for the opposition. "

The silence in the wardrobe is in sharp contrast to the noise level, as Irish enthusiasts have pointed to the Atenry fields in the last few stages of the game (watch and listen below).

It is not always too common for New Zealand to remain without words after the rugby race, but Ireland is building a great year into a huge year, and someone like that would be silent.


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