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Australia Wallabies' Adam Ashley-Cooper scores a try during their Rugby World Cup Pool C match against the U.S. at Wellington Regional Stadium in Wellington. Picture - Reuters

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Australia ran riot over the United States of America, in the Rugby World Cup 2011, putting their tournament back on track after last week's 15-6 loss to Ireland.

The Wallabies converted 11 tries to take the match 67-5 in Wellington.

Albeit against a weakened U.S. side, as coach Eddie O'Sullivan rotated due to the hectic schedule, Australia were intent to make a statement and they did just that. They got the bonus points within the first 40 minutes as Robert Horne, Rocky Elsom, Kurtley Beale and Anthony Faingaa crossed, with JJ Gagiano managing the only try of the whole game for the States.

In the second half, Adam Ashley-Cooper rampaged three tries in seven minutes along with Drew Mitchell, Pat McCabe, Faingaa and Radike Samo, all whom crossed one apiece. Quade Cooper and Berrick Barnes kicked four and eight points, respectively, to earn an important win for the Wallabies.

However, injury problems took the sheen off Australia's win.

Pat McCabe, Anthony Faingaa, Kurtley Beale and Wycliff Palu sustained injuries during the game, while centre Robert Horne broke a cheekbone and has a high chance of being ruled out for the rest of the World Cup.