It’s a sweet sixteen party for the All Blacks as they notch the Bledisloe Cup for the sixteenth consecutive year in a row thanks to taking an uncatchable 2-0 series lead.
The All Blacks smashed the Wallabies by a margin of 28 points on Saturday night at Eden Park, the scoreboard reading 40-12 after the eighty minutes were up.
Beauden Barrett was the dominant man on the ground with four tries for the match, and the All Blacks found two more from Liam Squire and Joe Moody.
After only finding a single try last week the Wallabies were able to go one better this time around with both Will Genia and Reece Hodge scoring for the visitors.
In the end though it was hard to see the result as anything but yet another walloping at the hands of the world’s No.1 team.