The First Time Namibia take on the All Blacks and the first time they playing in England, there was no surprise as to who would win this game it was just a matter of by how much.
The Haka always an intimidating factor, the look of intent on the All Blacks faces proves their mission to sumbit their names into the history books and defend their title.
RECORD BREAKER Richie McCaw overtakes Sean Fitzpatrick as #NZL’s most-capped player in #RWC history – legend 👏 👏 👏 pic.twitter.com/vHtOTiYcPx
It was once again the Sonny Bill Williams show as his off load brilliance secured some fantastic tries for the All Blacks, in the opening 10 minutes the score was already 15 – 0.
The crowd erupted when Namibia scored their first penalty just proving that the underdogs have the opportunity to make a mark with massive support. They had some good moments in the game, positives against a rampant All Blacks side.
The All Blacks scored 5 tries in the first half to secure a bonus point – 34 – 6 at Half-Time
To be honest in the second half my mind drifted as the scored board kept ticking the All Blacks way, I awoke to the roar of the crowd as Johan Deysel drove over the All Black try-line, this could be a highlight of his career. He was one of the stand out performers for Namibia in this game. At that point the score was 41 – 14.
With no chance of a comeback the All Blacks scored a further, uh not sure lost count of how many tries were scored but it was a respectable scoreline to Namibia in the end….I predicted over the 100 points but this is 2015, teams are prepared and hungry to make an impact.
He scored 2 tries and had the most clean breaks (3), it’s your @MasterCardUK man of the match Nehe Milner-Skudder pic.twitter.com/paq95bEdeJ
Final Score 58 – 14 to New Zealand.