New Zealand made a statement of intent as they produced a fine showing to beat Australia 27-7 in their Bledisloe Cup Test at Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday.
As the scoreline suggests, it was a very different story to a week ago when the sides drew 16-16 in Wellington with New Zealand dominating most facets of play especially during the second half when they produced a brilliant attacking display.
Tries from Aaron Smith, Jordie Barrett, Ardie Savea and Sam Cane got the job done for the All Blacks and their other points came via the boot of Richie Mo’unga, who added a penalty and two conversions.
Marika Koroibete scored the Wallabies’ only try which was converted by James O’Connor.
The result means New Zealand are still unbeaten at Eden Park since 1994, while Australia are yet to win there since 1986.
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