The All Black produced an emphatic display of rugby to avenge their last week's shock loss as they thrashed Argentina 53-3 in the Rugby Championship last night.
The All Blacks led 24-3 at half-time and never looked like suffering a fourth successive loss on home soil with the outcome leaving both teams on two wins and two losses.
It was a more clinical display from the home side than last week's 25-18 defeat in Christchurch, where the Pumas' resolute defensive wall held sway.
Despite wet conditions, the All Blacks produced just three handling errors while unleashing several thrilling attacking moves.
They created first-half tries for Ethan de Groot, Caleb Clarke, and Reiko Ioane while Jordie Barrett, Ardie Savea, Brodie Retallick, and Beauden Barrett crossed after the second half.
Argentina wing Emiliano Boffelli, who scored 20 points with the boot last week, landed a solitary penalty for his team's only points.
In another result, the Springboks beat the Wallabies 24-8.
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