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WATCH: Highlights from All Blacks vs Wallabies Bledisloe Cup 3

Michael Cheika might be doing more to improve the Wallabies than we think. (AAP Image/SNPA, Ross Setford)
Roar Guru
22nd October, 2016
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The All Blacks have set a new world-record, claiming eighteen straight wins, after defeat the Wallabies 37-10 at Eden Park on Saturday evening.

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» Read the match report
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The match was relatively close-fought early on, and the Wallabies seemed a chance to threaten for the win. But after they were denied what could’ve been a lead-taking try in controversial circumstances, they fell away.

The All Blacks eventually ran away with the match and a 27-point margin.