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The team from New Zealand destroyed Ireland 46-14 at the Tokyo Stadium in the quarterfinals on Saturday

& # 39; Incredibly disrespectful & # 39 ;: Ireland is destroyed after fans sing by haka of All Blacks while controversial writer Kiwi & # 39; s about the & # 39; needy & # 39; ritual beats

  • Irish fans are slammed for singing by the All Blacks pre-match haka
  • All Blacks destroyed Ireland 46-14 in the quarter-final of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday
  • Irish fans sang folk ballad The Fields Of Athenry during the New Zealand war cry
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Irish fans are slammed for singing by the All Blacks pre-match haka during the Rugby World Cup.

The team from New Zealand destroyed Ireland 46-14 at the Tokyo Stadium in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

But the crushing is remembered for the pre-game shenanigans of spectators who entered the stadium for Ireland.

The team from New Zealand destroyed Ireland 46-14 at the Tokyo Stadium in the quarterfinals on Saturday

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The team from New Zealand destroyed Ireland 46-14 at the Tokyo Stadium in the quarterfinals on Saturday

While the All Blacks started their ceremonial war cry, Irish fans heard the text shout to folk ballad The Fields Of Athenry.

& # 39; What annoys me is when the All Blacks do the haka – the opposite team supporters sing through it, & # 39; said a person.

& # 39; It is incredibly disrespectful. A haka is a challenge for the opponent (rugby team Ireland) and not for the supporters. Start singing after the haka has finished! & # 39;

Another said: & # 39; This is our culture. Our tradition. We will NEVER stop the haka for our rugby games. & # 39;

& # 39; If you really don't know what it's all about, you need to find out before you insult it. So sick of the disgusting haters. & # 39;

Kapa o Pango is the challenge of the All Blacks against their opposition, which is carried out before their clashes between rugby associations.

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Twitter users beg Ireland fans for & # 39; disrespectful & # 39; sing during the haka at the Rugby World Cup

Twitter users beg Ireland fans for & # 39; disrespectful & # 39; sing during the haka at the Rugby World Cup

Twitter users beg Ireland fans for & # 39; disrespectful & # 39; sing during the haka at the Rugby World Cup

While the All Blacks started their ceremonial war cry, Irish fans heard the text shout to Irish folk ballad The Fields Of Athenry

While the All Blacks started their ceremonial war cry, Irish fans heard the text shout to Irish folk ballad The Fields Of Athenry

While the All Blacks started their ceremonial war cry, Irish fans heard the text shout to Irish folk ballad The Fields Of Athenry

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Amid the heated debate on Twitter, the award-winning sports writer Ewan MacKenna came firing at the haka.

"By the way, it's geographic isolation, or whatever, that for all their talent, need and uncertainty seep into record levels from New Zealand," he wrote.

& # 39; They can rob your house and still expect a blow job on the way out. & # 39;

Mr MacKenna also took a swipe at the team from Ireland and their fans after the loss.

Amid the heated debate on Twitter, the award-winning sports writer Ewan MacKenna came firing at the haka. & # 39; By the way, it's geographic isolation, or whatever, that for all their talent, the need and uncertainty seep into record levels from New Zealand, & # 39; he wrote

Amid the heated debate on Twitter, the award-winning sports writer Ewan MacKenna came firing at the haka. & # 39; By the way, it's geographic isolation, or whatever, that for all their talent, the need and uncertainty seep into record levels from New Zealand, & # 39; he wrote

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Amid the heated debate on Twitter, the award-winning sports writer Ewan MacKenna came firing at the haka. & # 39; By the way, it's geographic isolation, or whatever, that for all their talent, the need and uncertainty seep into record levels from New Zealand, & # 39; he wrote

Some Twitter users suggested that the behavior of Irish fans just encouraged the All Blacks to win

Some Twitter users suggested that the behavior of Irish fans just encouraged the All Blacks to win

Some Twitter users suggested that the behavior of Irish fans just encouraged the All Blacks to win

& # 39; Irish rugby fans literally stand up and celebrate & # 39 ;, he said.

& # 39; I can really say this. Full and complete losers. & # 39;

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Some Twitter users suggested that the behavior of Irish fans just encouraged the All Blacks to win.

& # 39; Respect the Haka, Fields of Athenry clearly didn't work Ireland gets a rugby lesson, & # 39; said a person.

Kapa o Pango is the challenge of the All Blacks against their opposition, which is executed before their clashes between rugby associations

Kapa o Pango is the challenge of the All Blacks against their opposition, which is executed before their clashes between rugby associations

Kapa o Pango is the challenge of the All Blacks against their opposition, which is executed before their clashes between rugby associations

& # 39; Cub, I cannot say that Irish rugby fans asked for this by singing about the haka and then bragging about it. & # 39;

Others & # 39; loved & # 39; of singing and suggested that it was all part of a friendly competition.

& # 39; If Ireland cannot sing two folk songs during international rugby games … why can the All Blacks do the Haka? & # 39; said one.

& # 39; Loved the rugby fans from Ireland who drowned out the haka by singing Fields of Athenry, & # 39; another said.

Others & # 39; loved & # 39; of singing and suggested that it was all part of a friendly competition

Others & # 39; loved & # 39; of singing and suggested that it was all part of a friendly competition

Others & # 39; loved & # 39; of singing and suggested that it was all part of a friendly competition

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