Updated October 27, New Zealand has failed in its bid to win a third-straight Rugby World Cup, with England defeating the All Blacks in Yokohama to progress to next weekend's final. The All Blacks, World Cup winners in andwere outclassed by the Eddie Jones-coached England in what was a pulsating semi-final.
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The New Zealand Rugby Union is publicly backing a left-field advertising campaign which encourages All Blacks fans to abstain from sex during the World Cup in support of the team. Former All Blacks captain Sean Fitzpatrick, pictured with wife Bronwyn, will front the controversial ad campaign. Credit: Getty Images. The campaign will be fronted by former All Blacks captain and World Cup winner Sean Fitzpatrick, and participants are to receive black finger-rings to show they have signed on.
Senegal coach Aliou Cisse was momentarily lost for words when asked by a Russian journalist about his growing status as one of the sex symbols of the World Cup. Clips of the coach's fist-pumping goal celebrations while directing a smouldering gaze at the camera during Senegal's opening game against Poland have gone viral, attracting the attention of admirers around the world. Some fans have likened him online to the Marvel Comics super-hero Black Panther.
The All Blacks are at the centre of a new public relations controversy - this time over a supposedly humorous and edgy Telecom-led ad campaign to have fans abstain from sex during the World Cup. The NZ Rugby Union is understood to have been irritated by the campaign, although it issued a supportive statement last night. It asks supporters to avoid sex during the World Cup to support the team.
The New Zealand Rugby Union is publicly backing a left-field advertising campaign which encourages All Blacks fans to abstain from sex during the World Cup in support of the team. The campaign will be fronted by former All Blacks captain and World Cup winner Sean Fitzpatrick, and participants are to receive black finger-rings to show they have signed on. Posters reading "Touch, pause and don't engage" will be placed in bus shelters, according to the New Zealand Herald newspaper, which also reported the original plan included signs above urinals in bars and restaurants, urging men to "think of your mum in a bikini - Abstain for the All Blacks".
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New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has broken from tradition and made an unexpected change to the All Blacks lineup for their semi-final clash with England. The sole change to the starting XV sees Scott Barrett take over at blindside flanker with Ardie Savea shifting into the openside role. Sam Canewho was pulled after 40 minutes against Ireland last weekend, will make his presence felt from the bench this week.
England have enjoyed a fantastic Rugby World Cup so far, but they have it all to do in the semi-finals when they take on New Zealand in Yokohama. It has been an impressive run to the final four for the English and they are coming off a confidence-boosting win over Australia in the quarter-finals as they dismissed the Wallabies The All Blacks have been even more rampant, though, comfortably seeing off Ireland in the last eight, while they racked up points in their three pool games. The winners will return to the same International Stadium in Yokohama the following Saturday to take on either Wales or South Africa, who meet on Sunday morning.