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Tokyo — New Zealand coach Steve Hansen says his side have not lost their edge despite having an extended break at the Rugby World Cup, and he is confident there will be no complacency when they face bogey team Ireland in Saturday’s quarterfinal.

The All Blacks have not played since their 71-9 victory over Namibia on October 6 due to their final pool match against Italy being cancelled because of Typhoon Hagibis...

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