Just because we had opportunities to score doesn't mean we were going to tho.. we scored 2 tries.. one a dummy half flop over, the other was an intercept try. I think the scoreline was flattering to us given how many bad mistakes we made. Do we just expect we're gonna some how stay in the game long enough to score a BS late try and steal the game a la 2010. Australia were far superior (on our soil) and deserved to win.
I agree the Aussies looked much more fluent, their spine outclassed ours and even their forwards showed a bit more energy. Just saying that if our halves had been switched on we had enough opportunities to win. Not sure why you seem so upset, did you expect us to dominate and win easily? That try Inglis scored, just underlined how important it is to have experienced combinations, a lovely set play with ball movement, Slater into the line, decoys, and everyone knowing their roles. The Kiwis don't have that sort of cohesion due to very little experience playing together.