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Wallabies beaten not broken, says Hooper

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AUCKLAND - As the Wallabies licked their wounds on their return flight to Sydney Sunday, captain Michael Hooper vowed they would bounce back from their thrashing by the All Blacks. 

Australia's Michael Hooper (C) is tackled by New Zealand's Sam Whitelock during the rugby union Test match in Auckland on August 23, 2014

He also won support from victorious All Blacks coach Steve Hansen, who described the Australians as having an "off-night" when his world champions scored a record 51-20 victory over their Tasman neighbours in Auckland on Saturday.

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