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New Zealand 27-7 Australia: All Black's Eden Park dominance continues

BBC Sport Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
A superb second-half display gives New Zealand a 27-7 win over Australia in their second Bledisloe Cup match at a near sold-out Eden Park in Auckland.
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News video: Tens of thousands of New Zealanders throng Eden Park for Bledisloe Cup rugby test

Tens of thousands of New Zealanders throng Eden Park for Bledisloe Cup rugby test 00:56

Auckland hosted a rare sight on Sunday - a sports fixture with tens of thousands of fans as nearly 47,000 supporters gathered in Eden park to watch New Zealand beat Australia.

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