Steve Hansen seeks improvement from All Blacks
Sunday 18 August 2013
Steve Hansen, the New Zealand coach, was not remotely concerned that his side's thumping win over Australia in the Bledisloe Cup on Saturday would translate into complacency ahead of this week's return match in Wellington.
After the 47-29 victory in Sydney, Hansen said: "One of the strengths of All Blacks teams, in history, is they are very good at looking at the things they didn't do well. And when we reflect on this game, we'll do that.
"We'll look at the stuff we need to fix up and do better and there's quite a bit. That's my gut feeling from what I saw. A lot of things we did great but there's still a lot we need to tidy up."
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