New Zealand 63-0 Canada: All Blacks score nine tries in Rugby World Cup win

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From Matthew Henry
BBC Sport
Set his second win and defending champions tries to thrash Canada.
Scott Barrett, Jordie and brothers Beauden all proceeded over as the All Blacks hit the best score of this World Cup.
They had been given a penalty try after Jordie Barrett and four minutes, Sonny Bill Williams and Beauden Barrett also crossed before half-time.
Brad Weber, Rieko Ioane, scott Barrett and Shannon Frizell additionally believed.
There were four tries in the first ten minutes at the onset of the second half as New Zealand ripped their competitors defence .
The All Blacks move up to second in Pool B, one point behind Italy – outside facing courtesy of 2 bonus-point wins – after facing Namibia on Sunday who they play.
The success extends the winning run in World Cups into 16 of New Zealand matches – their last defeat was to France from the 2007 quarter-final – and also proceeds their record of having never lost a pool match in the competition.
This might not have been the tournaments most balanced experience – pitting the winners of the previous two World Cups against the second-lowest ranked team at the championship – but New Zealands assault was catastrophic.
Canada managed to hold up the ball although they moved on the line within 70 seconds.
It was arrived and it did so at normally imposing fashion as New Zealand forced the Canada scrum straight on the line below their own posts.
The All Blacks had risks throughout their team with all fly-half Richie Mounga, who kicked eight conversions, yanking Beauden Barrett a continuous menace and the strings from his place of full-back.
Even the Barrett brothers became the first sibling trio to begin in a World Cup for New Zealand along with the household hat-trick would have been finished sooner had the ball not dropped over the lineup at the first half.
Beauden had the opportunity to score and take the teams total when looking certain to score, but he strangely shattered the ball in the final minute.
On the infrequent events New Zealand did need to shield they did clinically, turning the ball over to repel Canada if they ventured to their 22.
New Zealand watched one of the most important rivals South Africa, for its prize, in their first pool game as they bid for a third successive World Cup, and their momentum is continued by this strong win.
New Zealand: B Barrett; J Barrett, Goodhue, Williams, Ioane; Mounga, Perenara; Moli, Coltman, Taavao, Tuipulotu, S Barrett, Frizell, Todd, Read (c).
Replacements: Taylor Laulala, Whitelock, Savea Crotty, Smith.
Canada: Parfrey, Hassler, Trainor, Hearn, Van Der Merwe; Nelson, McRorie; Sears-Duru, Howard, Keith; Olmstead, Keys; Rumball, Heaton, Ardron (c).
Replacements: Quattrin Ilnicki, Sheppard, Larsen Paris, Coe
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