The Wallabies laid down a marker in Melbourne with their courageous, rousing and spirited performance in Bledisloe I.
As former representative centre Morgan Turinui said, it was “the best performance by the Wallabies in years”. It was.
Though, as Dave Rennie pointed out on Thursday, “we lost, so we need to go one better”.
But if Rennie’s men do not back up that match by taking it to Ian Foster’s men on Saturday at Eden Park in Auckland, their performance in Melbourne will mean little.
It will, despite Rennie . . .
October 3, 2022