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Test rugby resumes with New Zealand-Australia game in front of 30,000 fans!! Globe is restarting!

A Small microorganism locks the Whole globe. All the activities either cancelled or postponed to a new time. 7 to 8 months of global lockdown is finally coming to an end. Globe is now slowly reopening with some sets of rules and safety norms.

The sports events and tournaments are now ready to conduct with the safety norms and a limited audience.

 

Recently a match for Rugby schedule for a limited number of attendees of 30 thousand.

Read the article to the end to know more about the Match.

The Match: New Zealand-Australia

The new Zealand’s All black and Australian Wallabies fought their first Rugby match after 8-9 months in Wellington, New Zealand. New Zealand already announces to be COVID FREE as there is no COVID case reported after the last batch of patients discharged after being treated.

The tournament finally resumes after being postponed several times. The Match was quite gripping and exciting enough to make the audience on the edges of their seats. The match ends up with the draw of sixteen each. The fans advise to register themselves with the tracking device and be in-home quarantine if they feel unwell.

Dave Rennie was playing his first game, and he plays well. His first game in control seemed as though it was moving ceaselessly from him following 50 minutes. The All Blacks holding a nine-score advantage with only 30 minutes toward go. The Wallabies hit back, however, Marika Koroibete and debutant Filipo Daugunu before Hodge’s turning point after the clock had gone red. .His epic dismisses roar ago from the post in the breeze and downpour to set up an angry and wind end to the most extraordinary Test matches. The match concluded to draw.

The match considers as the “New Era”.The two groups were playing under new lead trainers, Dave Rennie for Australia and Ian Foster for New Zealand. The team will again come together for a match next Sunday at Auckland’s National park.

We are hoping for one more intense and entertaining match.