The Wallabies have blocked Steve Hansen on the loss of All Blacks in Dublin, saying they were "delighted to Ireland" as the struggle between Bledisloe Cup campaigns rises again.
Earlier this week, Hansen said that the Wallabies were not "really right" after a series of brutal shows, a bad response from Wallabies's defense coach, Nathan Gray.
"We hit them [the All Blacks] twice in recent years, so it's good for Ireland to get a & # 39; The first advantage of the house was against them, "Gray added to her; Daily Telegraph in London, where the Wallabies are preparing to face England Sunday (NZ Time).
"[I’m] very happy to Ireland to get her & # 39; that benefit. "
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Hansen responded to submissions that the Black Blacks had blocked the Wallabies sub-par team in preparing for the hard tests in the northern hemisphere.
All Blacks won the three Bledisloe Cup trials fairly this year, with the most likely to be 17 points.
However, Gray kept the Wallabies record and said that there were not many between the dozen dozen test levels in the world.
"I think New Zealand has been consistent over a long time," Gray added Daily TelegraphSouth Westerly
"You need to look at the big picture and point out that the six, seven highest nations in the world at this time, if you are not on your game that you are going to do. invasion
"There are opportunities to meet any team in the world at this time. You need to make sure that the best team is to deliver them as they playing because you're missing, we've been showing that against New Zealand several times.
"Other teams also face them."
All Blacks have been struggling for the invasive fluency that they have shown against Wallabies against England and Ireland, Hansen says that the Australians were not as good.
"I still believe Australia has a very rugby side," he said.
"Certainly something is missing because they are not OK and do not achieve to their fullest extent.
"But most of us playing teams like South Africa, Ireland and England, France we did this year it's good for us."
The Wallabies were hitting All Blacks in Brisbane last year but since then they have been running well.
Earlier this year, Hansen defended the Wallabies coach Michael Cheika underground but at times the history between the two has been extremely difficult.
Cheika was very tired after the Bledisloe Cup test in Auckland in 2016, when he opposed the All Blacks in the Wallabies disturbance.