Christchurch: Wallabies defence coach Nathan Grey has taken responsibility for Australia's inept showing on the weekend, saying it "stings" knowing his men conceded 54 points in the opening 48 minutes, but insists he believes he is the right man to help them out of their troubles. Grey is public enemy No.1 among rugby fans after the Wallabies leaked eight tries against the All Blacks, making the task of regaining the Bledisloe Cup incredibly difficult with a game this weekend in Dunedin.
Christchurch: The Wallabies don't usually spend a full week in New Zealand before a Test match but after what happened on the weekend, now is the perfect time for players to get away from Australia and clear their minds. In the aftermath of the Wallabies' 54-34 defeat to the All Blacks in Sydney, players have taken the loss hard given there was genuine optimism going into the first Test of what is now a non-interrupted international season.
Wallabies assistant coach Stephen Larkham was surprised by the scale of Australia's defeat to the All Blacks but says the group cannot afford to overhaul its defensive strategy just days out from another clash in New Zealand. The All Blacks piled on eight tries in the opening 48 minutes of play – as well as seven five-pointers in a 30-minute block – in what will go down as one of the Wallabies' worst performances given they only showed resilience when the result was a foregone conclusion.
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