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Player Ratings: Annihilated

Numerous handling errors, poor tactical kicking and failing to make their tackles saw them concede six tries. To make matters worse, they had a number of players limp off the field with various injuries.

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15 Israel Folau

Did all that he could when he got the chance but was unable to make a massive impact on the game.

6/10

14 Adam Ashley-Cooper

His ineffectiveness on attack was matched by his poor defence.

3/10

13 Tevita Kuridrani

Some strong carries but stood up to the defensive challenge throughout the game.

4/10

12 Matt Giteau

Hobbled off the field on 11 minutes with an ankle injury. Not enough time to be rated.

11 Dane Haylett-Petty

Would need to watch his back as he was shown up on defence.

2/10

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10 Bernard Foley

Carried his poor form from the June Internationals into this encounter.

2/10

9 Will Genia

He was quite simply way off the pace.

2/10

8 David Pocock

His performance was similar to the story of Samson after his hair was cut.

5/10

7 Michael Hooper

Attempted to get his side on the front foot but his defensive effort stood out.

5/10

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6 Ben McCalman

Disciplined at the breakdowns but ineffective as he was up against it from the start.

3/10

5 Rob Simmons

Forced into defensive mode and gave a pleasing account of himself which saw him miss just one tackle.

5/10

4 Kane Douglas

Slipped way too may tackles and offered nothing on attack.

3/10

3 Sekope Kepu

Offered nothing on attack and came across as average on defence.

4/10

2 Stephen Moore

Had a few line-out throws picked off and his leadership left much to be desired.

3/10

1 Scott Sio

Not his best outing but not his worst either. His carries were snubbed and slipped a few tackles.

3/10

Replacements:

16 Tatafu Polota-Nau (on for Moore, 62nd min)

Hid himself away during general play.

2/10

17 James Slipper (on for Sio, 50th min)

Barely saw the ball and had no real impact.

3/10

18 Allan Alaalatoa (on for Kepu, 54th min)

His international career can only get better from here.

3/10

19 Dean Mumm (on for Simmons, 49th min)

Had a few strong carries but could not do anything to stem the flow.

4/10

20 Scott Fardy (on for McCalman, 61st min)

It's tough to get onto the field when your team is going backwards and he failed to make any difference.

3/10

21 Nick Phipps (on for Horne, 39th min)

Took his place on the wing and brought a different dimension to the Wallabies' attack.

5/10

22 Matt Toomua (on for Giteau, 11th min)

Came on as an early replacement but vacated the field soon after taking a head knock.

3/10

23 Rob Horne (on for Toomua, 30th min)

Another replacement who had his night cut short after suffering an injury. Not enough time to be rated.

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