It's a commonly used rugby mantra thrown around by players, coaches and fans alike. How that pressure is built can take various guises, but the general approach is through multiple rucks/phases until the defence eventually caves in. For the top sides, subtle changes to this approach can be the difference between them.
In this video we look at the similarities and differences in phase play attack from Bledisloe Cup III between New Zealand and Australia. If both teams are setting out to "build pressure" as it were, what observations separate the two?
Music credit: Wait What – Dead Wrong Intro.
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