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Amazing moment a rugby fan from New Zealand and a Japanese man collide after the defeat of All Blacks

& # 39; Come on, dog! & # 39; Amazing moment a rugby fan from New Zealand and a Japanese man collide after the All Blacks are knocked out of the world cup

  • New Zealand man was seen clashing with a Japanese man after losing the World Cup
  • The two men saw each other facing each other while the police pulled them away
  • All Blacks lost 19-7 to England in the shocking semi-final on Saturday
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A rugby fan from New Zealand was filmed and bumped into a Japanese man after the loss of the All Blacks during the World Cup.

The two men saw each other facing each other while the police tried to pull them away.

The encounter came after the All Blacks lost 19-7 to England in the semi-final of the World Cup.

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A New Zealand man (left) yelled at a Japanese man (right) after losing the All Blacks on Saturday in England

The Japanese man uploaded the video to Twitter and said he was outside to celebrate Halloween.

& # 39; Then I wore a Halloween Minion (costume). I was suddenly struck by a foreigner and beaten & # 39 ;, he wrote.

In the video a Minion suit can be seen on the floor next to the two men.

The New Zealander can be heard shouting: & # 39; Let's go! Come on you king dog! & # 39;

The two remain standing upright opposite each other while a large group of police forces the men away from each other.

& # 39; You're king weird, & # 39; he shouts as the police drag him away from the Japanese man.

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The video was posted on Saturday evening local time, shortly after the shocking loss of the All Blacks in the semi-final.

It is the first time that the New Zealand team has not reached the final since 2007, and they have won the past two world cups.

The pair saw squares fighting to fight when the local police pulled them away from each other

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The New Zealander can be heard shouting: & # 39; Let's go! Come on you king dog! & # 39;

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