All Blacks wary of 'hungry animal' ahead of World Cup semi with England
Friday, 25 October 2019 (CNN)A week can be a long time in sport and it already feels like New Zealand and England have traded more blows than a heavyweight title bout ahead of their Rugby World Cup semifinal. England coach Eddie Jones launched the first verbal grenade when he suggested the All Blacks had been spying on his team's training sessions, something his counterpart Steve Hansen dismissed as "the best clickbait in the world." Australian Jones, never one to shy away from stirring things up before a crucial Test match, added that New Zealand -- the world's best side for most of the past decade -- will be shouldering all the pressure ahead of the semifinal. Hansen, though, was wise to that. "He's trying to...
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