The All Blacks have all but silenced their critics after comprehensively beating a poor Wallabies side 41-13 at Eden Park.
Looking shaky early, the All Blacks managed to sort out their handling of the ball to quickly answer an early Wallabies penalty.
Daniel Carter sidestepped a lone Wallabies defender to set himself into space, but it was Dane Coles who brought the crowd to their feet, catching the pass and sprinting over halfway as he raced away for one of the best tries in All Black history.
Poor in all areas of the game, the Wallabies fell apart after the Coles try, and began leaking points at a quick rate through penalties and some soft defense.
When Quade Cooper was sent to the sin bin for a high tackle on Aaron Smith, the All Blacks were awarded a penalty try, and the game was lost for the Wallabies.
The All Blacks scored twice while Cooper was in the bin.
The All Blacks ran in five tries including a double for Ma’a Nonu, and Daniel Carter finished with 16-points from the boot.
Order has been restored in New Zealand, and the Wallabies will head back to Australia severely deflated.