All Blacks Star Hoping To Give England A “Hiding” In The Semi-Finals Of The World Cup
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New Zealand and England will meet in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup this weekend after both sides claimed impressive victories over Ireland and Australia on Saturday, respectively.
Eddie Jones’s England side make light work of Australia in a 40-16 win, while the defending world champions gave Ireland a lesson in knockout rugby with a 46-14 win in Tokyo.
Heading into their semi-final clash the All Blacks are slight favourites and prop Joe Moody is hoping his team give England a right good “hiding” on Saturday.
“I am pretty sure England copped a few hidings back in the day when I was growing up. Those are always good memories. Hopefully, we can repeat another one of those next week,” he said.
“You have got to expect that it is going to be tougher each week, no matter who the opponent is. We are just looking forward to the challenge.”