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Rugby World Cup: Watch the best moments as Australia, France and New Zealand win on day two

BBC Sport Saturday, 21 September 2019
Watch three of the best moments from day two of the Rugby World Cup as Australia beat Fiji, France deny Argentina and New Zealand hold off South Africa.
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