New Zealand hammer Namibia at Rugby World Cup as TJ Perenara try steals the show

New Zealand v Namibia - Rugby World Cup 2019: Group B

When it comes to rugby union, nothing should surprise you about New Zealand.

Their beautiful haka at the start of the game, their intimidating all black look, and then they actually start playing the game.

They are simply breathtaking to watch and always have been.

It should come as no surprise that the majority of people label them as the greatest sporting team in history, and if they aren't that, they are certainly very close.

Nothing suggests being one of the greatest sporting teams in history than being basically invincible, and that's what the All Blacks are when it comes to Rugby World Cup group stage matches.

They've played 30 pool matches at World Cups and they've won all 30.

Now, in Japan, they've just made it 31 from 31 after hammering Namibia 71-9. 

There's nothing that surprising about the fact they battered a country like Namibia, but their final try of the game truly sums up just how special they are as a team and just how talented they are.

With the game already done and dusted and the points safely in the bag, New Zealand still decided to turn on the style and hammer the final nail in Namibia's coffin.

Superb running, unbelievable passing and then a brilliant dive for the line from TJ Perenara.

It truly was majestic from New Zealand and will undoubtedly be considered one of the tries of the World Cup, if not THE, try of the World Cup.

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