Ireland Set Another Historic Record With Their Win Over New Zealand Last Night
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Ireland’s 16-9 win over world champions New Zealand last night saw Joe Schmidt’s team come full circle since the last time their were defeat at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Ireland were defeated 21-9 in a brutal Test match against the All Blacks back in 2016, but have dusted themselves down and gone on an unprecedented winning streak since.
Along the way they’ve beaten all the heavy hitters, including Australia, South Africa, England, Wales, Argentina and France, before their crowning much – avenging the 2016 defeat with last night’s victory.
This truly is a very special time in Irish Rugby.
Ireland’s 11-game unbeaten streak at the Aviva.
- Ireland 27-24 Australia
- Ireland 19-9 France
- Ireland 13-9 England
- Ireland 38-3 South Africa
- Ireland 23-20 Fiji
- Ireland 28-19 Argentina
- Ireland 56-19 Italy
- Ireland 37-27 Wales
- Ireland 28-8 Scotland
- Ireland 28-17 Argentina
- Ireland 16-9 New Zealand