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New Zealand 71-9 Namibia: Defending champions run riot in Tokyo

Course and new Zealands power shone through as they wore down brave Namibia 71-9 in Tokyo.
Namibia matched that the All Blacks early and fought, and New Zealand led just before stepping their game up run in 11 attempts as they won the 50 minutes and to break clear 61-0.
Sevu Reece, Anton Lienert-Brown and Ben Smith all crossed for a pair of attempts, with Sam Whitelock, Joe Moody, Angus Taava, Jordie Barrett and TJ Perenara. Barrett additional eight conversions for a personal haul of 21 points.
Damian Stevens kicked Namibia right into an early lead before New Zealand scored their first try.
Reece gathered barrett kick to go in about the right and they went over again midway through the half through Lienert-Brown, who extended clear of the defence to touch down.
The Welwitschias came back to within a point through a pair of Stevens penalties and continued to battle and compete with the All Blacks.
New Zealand were reduced to 14 men when prop Nepo Laulala was shipped after making contact with the mind of JC Greyling in the tackle.
Prop crossed together with Barrett, for his first Test try.
The bonus point was secured if Jack Goodhue hauled the ball up to send the All Blacks when Smith powered over after a scrum that was dominating.
New Zealand broke the match open with seven tries after the period.
Moody went to the right and Barrett delivered more than his conversion. Lienert-Brown maintained his second try of the match following Barrett weaved his way through a collection of tackles that were Namibian and spun the ball wide for him to touch down.
A textbook as they spun the ball wide for its winger to move in All Blacks movement was then restricted by reece.
Captain Whitelock created it four tries at 16 minutes after he graduated at the base of the upright.
Smith went over for his second attempt of the game 13 minutes at the finish as quick hands kept the ball alive along with the full-back crashed over in the corner.
Ofa Tuungafasi became the second New Zealander to be delivered for a swinging arm to the head in a tackle.
Barrett crossed for the try as New Zealand drifted after a lineout until Perenara wrapped it up after picking up a pass from Brad Weber and surging through three tackles to touch down in the corner.

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