All Blacks praise proud Springboks

All Blacks praise proud Springboks

While the All Blacks made it six wins in a row against the Springboks, the home team emphatically shook off the horrors of their 57-0 loss to the All Blacks in their last meeting, three weeks ago in Auckland. "They never disappoint us, they always turn up when we play them here".

South Africa fired back with a try five minutes later through flanker Jean-Luc du Preez but just when you think the All Blacks are on the back foot, they create something out of nothing and score a scintillating try. The difference was the All Blacks' ability to seize game-changing chances.

Hansen said he expected a backlash from the Springboks, who were heavily criticised by their fans after their record defeat in New Zealand.

"We scored a maul-try with 14 men on the field against the best team in the world, those things build belief".

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But whether by 57 points or one, New Zealand found a way to win and cap another masterly tournament. What it showed us is we've got to be in the right mindset otherwise we're vulnerable.

Trailing 8-3 at the break, the Springboks snatched a 10-8 lead soon after the resumption through halfback Ross Cronje's sneaky try, but they gifted New Zealand flyer Rieko Ioane a crucial 80-metre runaway try in the 60th minute via a loose pass.

"There's no doubt that try was the catalyst for us winning the game".

"We want to finish the Championship on a high note, every test is important for us", Read told a news conference after the All Blacks concluded their preparations for their last game of this year's southern hemisphere championship.

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All Blacks halfback Aaron Smith has described the first half of the Test match against South Africa felt like playing two matches.

"Some of our younger players have not been in that situation before - that when it is tough you have to find a way".

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