Not a great score or great display from the top ranked team against the bottom ranked team.
I can only hope they were being extra cautious and not wanting to get any injuries.
But still Namibia managed to score a try, which really should not have happened.
The first two All Black games have been average and the next two games against Georgia and Tonga won’t test the team much before the quarter final.
That will be against the runner up of Pool D. Probably Ireland. And again that may not test up too much. We have never lost to them in 110 years of matches
Then if we get past that a semi vs the winner of Pool B winner and Pool A runner up. The runner up of Pool A will be England or Australia, and I’d say our likely SF competition. Up until then we will have played no top tier teams while England or Australia will have both played each other, and probably also South Africa.