Not only did Genia kick the grubber for the try assist, he also made the first hit to create the turnover and pinned two Sharks to the ground offside by threatening a pass to the right, thus contributing to the overlap. Class.
Agree with Jon. SA's game suits Argentina. I watched both games last weekend and the speed of the NZ-AUS game is quite different, much faster. SA is particularly slow, at least they were in Mendoza and not much better vs. England. »
Probably because it was the last time anyone got into niggling McCaw since Cooper. I agree this was a different situation only in that it was a lot more deliberate and one-way than Cooper's, who can at least argue that McCaw gave him some undue fisticuffs. The Chiefs pushed McCaw around at least 4 times in the first half of the game, at the bottom of rucks, in lineouts, in loose play. They were clearly going after him. Surely nothing he couldn't handle; he is a big boy and this is rugby. But maybe it got him just slightly off his game and that was the difference.