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Bledisloe Cup 2019 news, analysis, Wallabies v All Blacks

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MELBOURNE — They might have scored a record number of points against the All Blacks — but that wasn’t the key statistic from a dreamy Saturday night in Perth for Bledisloe I.

No, the number the Wallabies should be sticking to the walls at their hotel in Melbourne and training base as Scotch College should be four.

That number is the fewest penalties the Wallabies have conceded since they smashed the United States 67-5 at the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand.

The four penalties conceded was half the number the All Blacks gave up and just the second time in the past 16 Tests that the Wallabies have won the penalty count.

No wonder All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was livid.

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