Chris Rattue's player ratings from the All Blacks' 41-13 victory over South Africa in Christchurch.
Certainly not his finest work, a few fumbles, and the odd good run including neat try.
Saved the best for last, a tricky dicky pass which almost brought a try.
Bad in a bad test. Ouch. Poor hands, nothing stylish on attack, bustling defence.
Got away with one of the biggest forward passes in history. Otherwise, okay.
Where are you, big guy? The odd burst, one fine finish, but not enough to lift this dour test.
More of a high speed battering ram than twinkle toed rapier. No magic moment, which is weird.
A fast, flat passing masterclass. Given space and took it. Great run and nifty pass to set up tries.
But he still isn't the Read of old. And we miss that bloke.
Took a while to get motoring...wouldn't be a surprise if Todd gets a start though.
Shock, horror - didn't go the distance. One stonking run but not the usual brutal impact before injury struck.
A quiet test...like a lot of players. Ended up on the flank. Brushed off by Marx.
Also below peak. A little late burst. Maybe drained by big effort against Pumas.
Plenty of tackles. Could't find his flamboyant side this time.
Possibly a 10, for three brilliant and varied final passes for tries, in strong overall game. A rose among thorns.
What is the often anonymous Moody all about? Great tackle on flying de Jongh though. Free Wyatt Crockett.
Not much doing but one top scrum and one not so great lineout.
Terrific steal. Got away with a block on Hougaard.
Good one week, quiet the next.
Bit more robust than the starting locks in his own stolid way.
Hurtled about with gusto and almost created a wonder try in the corner.
Hitting his straps as an understudy and alert as ever to try chances.
Couldn't rise above token appearance.
More flashes of promise on defence and attack. Worth a start for Fekitoa?
Brilliant angled run for try and great attempt on Julian Savea but little else from the legend.
Was he out there?
Showed a bit more life than Kriel, which isn't saying much.
Tried to run and get involved, with the odd success. One fine high ball take.
Two horrible mistakes at kickoffs undermined the underdogs. Dud on attack. Battered by All Black runners.
The little fella was busy, even frantic, but not particularly dangerous. Could be more strategic.
Undersized No. 8 with a big heart. Kept showing up, and gave top pass for Habana try.
Ordinary test from the big loosie including bad mis-read which let Kaino run free.
One brilliant defensive turnover and lots of tough running. Odd lineout wobble. Lock remains a 'Bok strength.
Strong test and wonderfully bemused look after one of ref Gardner's lineout calls.
Robust effort with an number of short charges. Some scrum penalty trouble though.
Had the lineout ticking and was humming okay around the field before injury struck early.
Another who suffers in comparison to his best days. Not one big charge to remember.
Jekyll and Hyde. Big presence - swatted off Whitelock and Crockett. Lineout shakes hurt his side though.
No impact when the Springboks needed the cavalry.
Token replacement for the excellent Koch.
Familiar tale, of replacements who can't threaten the All Blacks.
Ditto Mostert - big man built for the impact role, but maybe past his best on this showing.
Yawn. Once again - no impact.
Has poise which reeks of past glories. Not exactly the way forward though, or an impact man.
Hard to recall apart from a dud kick.