Sir Graham Henry has brought some unintentional humour to the Rugby World Cup with a hilarious foul-mouthed comment live on TV.
Henry, who led the All Blacks to a Rugby World Cup final triumph in 2011, is part of Spark Sport's Rugby World Cup team – providing his experience and analysis on the sidelines in Japan.
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When asked if he had advice for the several All Blacks who were making their Rugby World Cup debut, Henry answered in typically no nonsense style.
"Well I don't think you can tell them anything really. They'll be shitting themselves quite frankly."
It turns out, the All Blacks managed to overcome those nerves by beating the Springboks 23-13.
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However, it wasn't so good for Spark Sport who were forced to screen the All Blacks game live on free-to-air TVNZ after its streaming feed was disrupted for many customer, with issues ranging from buffering, glitching and pixelated images.
The All Blacks' next match is against Canada a week from Wednesday.
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