Cameron McMillan lists five stats you may have missed from the All Blacks 68-10 thrashing of Italy on Sunday.
Crockett ends try drought
Wyatt Crockett ended a drought of 50 tests without a try when he scored just his second test try on his career. Crockett's only other test try came against South Africa in just his fifth test. Crockett has also extended his unbeaten run to 45 tests and has a staggering 97.32 percent win percentage with the All Blacks.
Ioane becomes after debutant try-scorer
Rieko Ioane scored on debut to become the 139th All Black to do so. Scott Barrett also scored on debut last weekend in the opening test of the tour. Fellow squad members to score on debut include: Codie Taylor, George Moala, Julian Savea and Sam Whitelock. Ioane became All Black number 1156 when he took the field in Rome. Liam Coltman became All Black 1157 shortly after him.
Missed, missed and missed again
19 of the 23 Italian players who took the field missed at least one tackle with the squad totalling 45 missed tackles. The All Blacks missed just seven tackles total while Italian reserve hooker Ornel Gega missed six on his own.
Dagg's remarkable try-scoring run
Israel Dagg scored his ninth test try of 2016 and the 23rd of his career. It's a staggering strike-rate for the season considering he scored his two tries in 24 tests in his last three tests seasons.
Scoring 10 tries
It was the 31st time in 550 tests that the All Blacks have scored 10 tries in a match and the sixth time against Italy.