With the start of the 2019 Rugby World Cup just 10 days away, defending Champion New Zealand arrived at Narita International Airport, Japan, on Monday, right after the powerful typhoon Faxai passed through Tokyo area.
Currently ranked No.1 in the world, the All Blacks is set to play against South Africa, Italy, Namibia and Canada in Pool B.
New Zealand have won back-to-back World Cups and will try in Japan to become the first team to win three in a row.
All Blacks opens its World Cup campaign against South Africa on September 21 in Yokohama
The 2019 tournament will be the first held in Asia and the first hosted by a nation outside the sport’s traditional top tier.
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