Rugby World Cup 2019: Live updates - New Zealand v Canada

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All Blacks 63 - 0 Canada

Match wrap is here. 

New Zealand 63 (J Barrett, Williams, B Barrett, Ioane, S Barrett, Frizell, Weber 2 tries, penalty try; Mo'unga 8 conversions)

Canada 0

Canada completely outclassed here in Oita, All Blacks were far too good. 

Full time.

81min - Knock on! Beauden Barrett goes nearly the length of the park but knocks the ball on randomly... maybe he was too tired? 

80min - Knock on from Savea there. 

78min - Penalty to Canada and they will attempt to get some points on the board. 

75min - Another kick from Canada and the All Blacks set up another attack. Penalty won for Canada.

73min - Head collision at the tackle between Savea and Taylor Paris, Paris is getting some medical attention now.

71min - The All Blacks go to the blind side and Weber is almost in for a hat-trick but the pass is behind him and he knocks it on.

70min - Savea is on, rocking the new spectacles 

69min - Another scrum as Canada knock the ball on. 

68min - A little chip in behind from Canada but the bounce goes out - All Blacks ball. 

66min - Mo'unga tries to find Ioane for an offload but it goes forward. 

65min - A double knock on and the All Blacks will have the scrum feed. 

64min - Jordie loses the ball but the ball is kicked back to Beauden. All Blacks on attac again - knock on from Ioane. 

62min - Quick defence from the All Blacks put Canada under pressure and give them the penalty, they take the quick tap. 

61min - Another knock on from Tuipulotu, stone cold drop once again. 

60min - Penalty won by the All Blacks, against Ardron again - they kick for touch. 

57min - TRY - All Blacks, simply outstanding from Jordie, Mo'unga and Weber who combine to set the halfback through for his second try of the night - perfect execution. Kick is good. All Blacks 63-0 Canada.

56min - NZ win the lineout and Mo'unga clears, as do Canada, All Blacks lineout.

55min - A penalty now for Canada and they will move the ball up the field. 

53min - Knock on from All Blacks and Canada win a scrum feed. 

50min - TRY - All Blacks, Mo'unga takes a speccy and spins the ball to Beauden who uses his gas to split the defence and set up Weber for another try. Kick is good. All Blacks 56-0 Canada.

49min - A rare kick from the All Blacks and Canada have the ball. 

47min - TRY - All Blacks, from the scrum, Ioane does well to finds Frizell who breezes over to score. Kick is good. All Blacks 49-0 Canada.

46min - Offside from Ardron and the All Blacks win a penalty and will kick for touch. 

45min - TRY - All Blacks, Mo'unga makes a break and finds a superb offload to find Read who gives the ball to Scott Barrett who scores. Kick is good. All Blacks 42 - 0 Canada. 

44min - The ball is back in the All Blacks' hands and they are just 22m out.

41min - TRY - All Blacks, try of the night, Jordie takes a great catch to keep the ball in the Kiwis hands, hands go left and SBW breaks the break, he finds Ioane who gets the much-needed try. Kick is good. All Blacks 35 - 0 Canada

41min - Back underway for the second half, Crotty is on for Goodhue and Weber on for Perenara. 

The All Blacks wont be happy with the final 20 minutes there, lots of handling errors, already more then the whole South Africa game.

Rugby World Cup 2019: Live updates - New Zealand v Canada

Half time, All Blacks in complete control.

40min - Update of that first try, it was a penalty try, not Kieran Read. 

36min - TRY - All Blacks, perfect execution off the lineout and SBW puts a grubber through and Beauden Barrett gets onto it, and scores. Lovely! Kick is good. All Blacks 28-0 Canada.

36min - Huge scrum from the All Blacks and they will kick for touch. 

34min - Stone cold knock on from Tuipulotu, a little bit sloppy from the Kiwis the last couple of minutes.

33min - Free kick won by Canada at scrum time, they will clear.

32min - So close from Scott Barrett, he makes a great run to break the line but his dive technique forces the ball forward and knocks the ball over the line. Canada scrum. 

30min - Double knock on called and New Zealand win the scrum, a little sloppy from the men in black. 

30min - Ioane drops the ball in contact and Canada have the ball. 

28min - Canada make a kick in behind and Mo'unga clears. Good chance here for Canada. Lineout. 

27min - Ioane finally gets the ball, he makes a little dart down the left but looks for an offload, trying to do too much there.

Angus Ta'avao is coming off the park, replaced by Nepo Laulala, a bit early.. not too sure why. 

26min - Penalty won at scrum time and Mo'unga will kick for touch. 

25min - Great work from Coleman as he gets the maul called and the All Blacks win the scrum. 

24min - Penalty won by Canada after Read is called for a no arms tackle. 

22min - Lovely play from everyone in the All Blacks but Fordom McRorie makes the intercept and finds Peter Nelson who nearly scores, Beauden tackles him just short. 

20min - Everyone and their dog in the All Blacks side wants to run the ball with a massive intensity here, a forward pass from Todd is called. Canada scrum. 

17min - TRY - New Zealand, lovely try from SBW, he throws a dummy that beats one defender and is just too strong for the other two defenders, he scores the Kiwis third. Kick is good. All Blacks 21 - 0 Canada

15min - TJ Perenara with a superb dive over the ruck and he goes close out wide, brilliant build up from Frizell and SBW, but the ball is just short of the line. Canada lineout. 

14min - Canada gather off the lineout and clear. 

14min - Close again for the All Blacks, lots of running from the Kiwis and they shift the ball to the right, Jordie beats one but two defenders tackle him out before the offload comes, Canada lineout. 

12min - Canada win the lineout and are on attack in the NZ half.

11min - Offside against Canada and the All Blacks win a penalty. Great start so far.

9min - TRY - All Blacks, super simple from the All Blacks, they spin the ball left and Canada shift all the defenders that way, Mo'unga then uses the cross field kick to find Jordie Barrett who is open and scores. Kick is good. All Blacks 14 - 0 Canada

7min - Line break after line break from the All Blacks before Canada turn the ball over and start an attack - but Read wins a penalty at the breakdown. 

5min - TRY - All Blacks, from the scrum and it's domination from the Kiwis, they drive straight over and Kieran Read scores. Kick is good.  All Blacks 7 - 0 Canada.

1min - Nice start here from the All Blacks, they spin the ball left then work the ball right, Perenara makes a mini break and Kieran Read is held up over the line. Big start - 5m scrum. 

1min - Kick of here in Oita.

11:15pm - Haka is over and we are moments away now!

11:12pm - The New Zealand anthem is done and now it's time for Canada then the haka.

11:08pm - Both sides coming out now and the crowd is LOUD! Lots of cheering and you can imagine who the majority of it is for. 


Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's coverage of the Rugby World Cup clash between the All Blacks and Canada from Oita Stadium. 

TAB Odds: New Zealand $1.001  Canada $151


All Blacks: 1-Atu Moli 2-Liam Coltman, 3-Angus Ta'avao, 4-Patrick Tuipulotu, 5-Scott Barrett, 6-Shannon Frizell, 7-Matt Todd, 8-Kieran Read (c), 9-TJ Perenara, 10-Richie Mo'unga, 11-Rieko Ioane, 12-Sonny Bill Williams, 13-Jack Goodhue, 14-Jordie Barrett, 15-Beauden Barrett 

Reserves: 16-Codie Taylor, 17-Ofa Tuungafasi, 18-Nepo Laulala, 19-Sam Whitelock, 20-Ardie Savea, 21-Brad Weber, 22-Ryan Crotty, 23-Ben Smith

Canada: 1-Djustice Sears-Duru, 2-Eric Howard, 3-Cole Keith, 4-Evan Olmstead, 5-Conor Keys, 6-Lucas Rumball, 7-Matt Heaton, 8-Tyler Ardron, 9-Fordom McRorie, 10-Peter Nelson, 11-DTH Van Der Merwe, 12-Ciaran Hearn, 13-Comor Trainor, 14-Jeff Hassler, 15-Patrick Parfey 

Reserves: 16-Andrew Quattrin, 17-Hubert Buydens, 18-Jake Ilnicki, 19-Michael Sheppard, 20-Josh Larsen, 21-Phil Mack, 22-Taylor Paris, 23-Andrew Coe

Pre-match chat: Ardie Savea to wear protective goggles to prevent further vision loss

All Blacks loose forward Ardie Savea is to wear rugby goggles in the team's next  World Cup Test against Canada on Wednesday, after trialling them at training this week.

The move comes after Savea discovered that the vision had deteriorated in his left eye and he realised he had to protect his eyesight.

"A couple of years ago I realised I had bad vision in my left eye," Savea told All

"Everything's kind of blurry.  I told All Blacks Doctor Tony Page that it was getting worse and now we're doing something about it.

"Doc notified me that World Rugby had some goggles that were approved and everyone has been really supportive.

"In terms of vision and seeing, it's pretty sweet, and it's now just a matter of getting used to them."

In May this year World Rugby approved the use of the goggles at all levels of rugby to allow those who are visually impaired to play the game.

The approval came after extensive development and robust trialling of the eyewear.

The type of goggles which Savea will wear have been approved by World Rugby and are designed to be safe for both the player wearing them and those coming into contact with the player. 

Savea follows in the footsteps of Italian player Ian McKinley who was the first international player to wear the goggles.

Dr Page said Savea had worn the goggles at training in Beppu this week and they hadn't affected his ability to play the game at the highest level, and he was now ready to wear them in the Test against Canada tomorrow.

"It's probably been the most challenging conditions that you can get (to test them).

"Humidity at up to 90 percent, 20 degrees (temperature) or so, and hard All Blacks training, and he's done pretty well.  It's great to see someone like Ardie putting them on and being proud of it."

Savea said when he realised that he could potentially lose his sight if his other eye was damaged, then it had been an easy decision to make.

"I've got my little girl and hopefully future kids and a bigger family, so I want to be able to see.  I'm just thinking of the bigger picture and trying to protect my eyes."

Savea said while he didn't see himself as a role model by wearing the goggles, he was aware of the potential impact of his decision, especially with visually impaired children.

"If by me wearing these inspires them to get some, and for them to try out the game of rugby, then it's a positive all round for our sport."