Sam Whitelock gets away with god-level cheating that is only capable of by an All Black

Sam Whitelock gets away with god-level cheating that is only capable of by an All Black

You hate to see it. Cheating and All Blacks sadly appear to be the same word, and we really hate to admit that. The Super Rugby semi final between the Crusaders and the Hurricanes was truly a fantastic affair.

Sadly in tight games, All Blacks draw on a reserve that only an All Black is capable of. It is instilled in the mind of a kiwi rugby star from a young age and it can be drawn upon whenever necessary to win a match. This reserve is called the cheating dynamic, we have looked into this and we have found many examples of All Blacks drawing on this cheating.

Players such as Richie McCaw and Tana Umaga mastered this dynamic and it is why we feel the need to call All Blacks out on this debauchery of our game when situations like this arise.

The video we are about to show you is nothing other than concrete evidence that New Zealanders will even turn on their own kinsmen when this cheating dynamic is engaged. In this video, you can clearly see Whitelock hit the ball out of TJ Perenara’s hand as he is about to fling the ball wide for what could have very well been the match winning try.

There is no speculation here, it’s illegal clear as day, yellow card at the least and a kick for the corner to try and win the game. Instead Whitelock is greeted by rapturous back slaps and a penalty for the Crusaders for his troubles.

The team at Rugby Onslaught have collectively vomited seven times on review of this video. We have calculated that there is around a seventy per cent chance that this kind of cheating will be committed again by an All Black in Japan at the World Cup. We are also sure people will come to their defence again when this happens.

CREDIT: Tom Parker