All Blacks playmaker Beauden Barrett said he plans to celebrate with a few beers after making Rugby World Cup history with his brothers, Scott and Jordie.
The Barrett brothers became the first trio of brothers to all score a try in the same Rugby World Cup match, as the All Blacks destroyed Canada 63-0 in Oita on Wednesday.
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Youngest brother Jordie scored in the eighth minute, while Beauden struck just before halftime. Scott scored the history-making try early in the second half.
The Barrett boys were also the first trio of brothers to start a test for the All Blacks and the first to represent New Zealand at a Rugby World Cup.
"We're delighted and proud, and it's just great to be out there at one time and share some pretty special moments," said Beauden. "Dad's sitting at home, drinking his Guinness - he's pretty happy."
"We have to celebrate. We'll have a few beers. and do our recovery tomorrow because we're training on Friday."
"It is something we used to talk about in the backyard a long time ago," Jordie said. "You don't any bigger than the World Cup, so it was a very special moment.
Despite the one-sided scoreline, there were lots of errors due to the hot, sticky and humid conditions under the roof at Oita Stadium.
The All Blacks should have scored at least two more tries but knocked the ball on.
The first incident came in the first half when lock Scott dropped the ball over the lin the 32nd minute, which would have secured the four-try bonus point.
"I had a laugh a bit sooner than halftime - pretty much straight away," Beauden added. "It was pretty funny."
But the roles were later reversed when Beauden was set to score his second try of the night, and yet he too inexplicably dropped the ball with the goalline open.
"You just have to laugh. It was one of those things - embarrassing but funny.
"The humidity makes you sweat, and the slipperiest ball is a sweat-covered one. That's why you saw a few errors."
The All Blacks face Namibia in Tokyo on Sunday before finishing the pool phase against Italy in Toyota City on October 12.
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