All Blacks and Steve Hansen Share their Hurt After Rugby World Cup Leaving

The All-Blacks’ faces are etched with the pain Rugby World Cup and suffering that will last a long time as they struggle to hide the emotional scars from their World Cup semi-final defeat to England. As a nation that plays rugby, New Zealand has come a long way since the widespread outcry they experienced during their 24-year drought from 1987 to 2011 when they failed to win a World Cup.

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However, expectations have not changed. The All Blacks are expected to win every match, so the brutal, comprehensive nature of their England defeat is especially difficult to take. In fact, after winning the previous two RWCs, the team has only grown. Being so heavy makes your disappointment worse, especially on this grand stage.

Steve Hansen, the All-Blacks’ Rugby World Cup head coach, had to hold back tears for a moment as he once more stood to analyze his team’s 19-7 defeat. Hansen was seen on his phone off to the side of the field shortly after the final whistle. Hansen began to cry when asked who he had called. He said, I called my wife, pausing to sip water to keep his emotions from boiling over.

Hansen spoke with former All Blacks coach Graham Henry, also known as Ted, and center Conrad Smith after speaking with his wife. When New Zealand lost an RWC match 12 years ago, both men were also working with Hansen. Hansen stated, I then talked to Ted and Conrad about 2007 and we mentioned the fact that it’s the same gutting feeling.

After that, Ted and I discussed George Ford’s performance. Ted made a lot of comments, and I listened and tried to learn a little. Then, you just move on, don’t you? Is it difficult to stomach? Obviously, it is. It’s heartbreaking because we and they both wanted to win the Rugby World Cup competition. Sports should not be fair because life is unfair.

New Zealand RWC Coach Graham Henry:

Sometimes you don’t get what you want. And if you don’t, you have to judge your character by how you handle that. The All Blacks RWC must channel their suffering into a game that no one wants to play, the third-and-fourth-place playoff in Tokyo on Friday, one day before the championship game. The pain isn’t alleviated by playing another Test next week, Hansen stated. For more about knowRugby World Cup

It’s unique because it’s knockout and you don’t get a second chance. The fact that we haven’t achieved what we wanted, which was to come here and win it, will not be alleviated by whomever we play. You have to put that in the bank and relax as you learn the lessons. When the RWC tournament is over, we will reflect on what we could have done better.

Winning is simple. You don’t get a lot of pokes. But even though it hurts to lose, you have to be honest and show humility while doing so with grace. Sometimes all you have to do is suck it up by biting down on your gum shield. In addition to Ford, Hansen praised England lock Maro Itoje, who was named the man of the Rugby World Cup match.

He said that Itoje was a more complete player than he was when he played for the British and Irish Lions two years ago and that he had the potential to become a great player. This England squad has done more than just sneak up on us and poke us in the face. They have won 18 games in a row, the only other team in the Rugby World Cup game’s history to do so. Because of this, they are a pretty formidable team.

They were a team that, prior to this tournament and the previous four years, had endured a tremendous amount of suffering as a result of their own tournament’s inability to advance past the quarterfinals. They have probably been working their tails off harder than any other England team ever has. We got exactly what we wanted.

Kieran Read, RWC Captain of the All Blacks:

Kieran Read, head of the All Blacks, cut a shattered figure last night, and with just one more test RWC match remaining in his career, his internal wounds may never fully heal. Read commented on his feelings, It’s pretty empty. That’s the reality: it’s not what we came here for. We won’t be defined by it as a group or as individuals. For more about knowing France Vs New Zealand Tickets

There’s no getting around the fact that you’re devastated, but I’m sure there are many others who are experiencing the same feelings as us. We also feel for them. As a Rugby World Cup leader, you think about how you could have done things differently, but that’s just what happens in retrospect. Right now, it won’t affect your feelings. It will not alter the fact that we lost. The effort and character make me happy.

Read at least found solace when he returned to his hotel following the game on his 34th birthday. I was greeted by cards from my children, he stated. That gives things some context. It’s a game of the Rugby World Cup. We care about people, so you can enjoy moments. I want to be remembered first and foremost for being a father to my children.

Following the announcement of New Zealand’s squad for the upcoming tournament in Japan, three players will have the opportunity to claim an unprecedented hat trick of Rugby World Cup winners’ medals. Kieran Read has been named captain of the two-time champions, who also won the inaugural title in 1987.

Read is joined by fellow winners Sonny Bill Williams and Sam Whitelock, who also won in 2011 and 2015. However, one of the surprising omissions is a veteran prop, Owen Franks. In addition, nine players will be looking forward to their second Rugby World Cup, and 19 others will be making their tournament debuts after being selected for a team that has played 1,195 test matches.

Even though Read and Whitelock have won more than 100 caps, there are a few newcomers to the test field, like Luke Jacobson, the captain, and flanker who won the World Rugby U20 Championship in 2017 and made his senior debut against Argentina in The RWC Championship in July. The captain of the 2015 U20 Championship, prop Atu Moli, scrumhalf Brad Weber.

And winger Sevu Reece each has a few caps to their names. Two of the squad’s 22 members, Moli and Jacobson, started their careers in the U20 Championship before making the jump to the All Blacks. The All Blacks wish to congratulate everyone who was chosen for the Rugby World Cup. Being named to any All-Blacks squad is a special occasion, especially during the World Cup.

When they and their families can be extremely proud of what they have accomplished, Hansen stated. As always, we’d like to admit the RWC effort and dissatisfaction of those who were powerless to participate. It’s a trying time for any career. The selectors wanted to emphasize the fact that we could only select 31 athletes meant.

That some extremely talented athletes would always be left out was more important than who was good enough to be chosen. Having said that, we are aware, from previous Rugby World Cups and other campaigns, that injuries may occur so that players who were unable to participate get an opportunity.

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