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All Blacks hold 12-6 lead at halftime

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Ngani Laumape and Jordie Barrett scored a try apiece as the All Blacks took a 12-6 halftime lead in a crunching series-deciding third test against the British and Irish lions at Eden Park on Saturday.

Axar.az reports, Centre Laumape opened the scoring after All Blacks fullback Jordie Barrett had knocked down a cross kick by his elder brother Beauden following a sustained buildup by the world champions. The younger Barrett also crossed just before halftime after Laumape got his hands free in a tackle and fed to centre Anton Lienert-Brown, who found the rangy fullback.

Owen Farrell slotted two penalties for the visitors during a frenetic first 40 minutes. The All Blacks won the first test at the same venue 30-15 on June 24, while the Lions won the second 24-21 at Wellington Regional Stadium last week.

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2017.07.08 / 21:18
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