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Drunk man disappointed ABs didn't score 180-points
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Drunk man disappointed ABs didn't score 180-points

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Interviewing rowdy, possibly drunk sports fans after games is always sure to produce some brilliant television, and the All Blacks’ Rugby World Cup game against Namibia was no different.
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Channel One news was on hand to get the reaction as crowds streamed out of London's Olympic Stadium after New Zealand beat Namibia 58-14.

Most ABs supporters were a bit disappointed by the result, hoping for a much more convincing win in the second game of their side’s RWC defence.

But the last bloke they talked to, with a drunken faraway daze, was the pick of the bunch.

“It was an embarrassment, it should’ve been more,” he began.

“Should’ve doubled it.

“Poor game, poor ref...poor team.”


When asked what he thought the score should have been, the post-match pundit thought for a second before replying: “180.

“That’s a good number.”

Pretty sure he was thinking about darts there.

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