They may have been on the wrong side of history when the All Blacks lost to Ireland for the first time in 111 years, but Israel Dagg and Beauden Barrett have shown they're good sports.
After beating France in the final match of a long 2016 rugby season, a few of the All Blacks were letting their hair down in Germany.
Dagg and Barrett were drinking at an Irish bar in Nuremberg on Monday night when they belted out the Irish rugby anthem, Ireland's Call.
A video of the raucous rendition was posted on social media by Irishman Alan Boyle who works at Finnegan's bar.
"They were playing a few drinking games and when they spotted one of our other bartenders wearing his Munster shirt they brought him in to take part. Absolute gentlemen," Boyle told DailyEdge.ie.
Boyle wrote on Facebook that it was "one of the most amazing things I've ever been a part of".
"Singing Ireland's Call with some of the All Blacks that Ireland got their first ever victory over just 3 weeks ago. So much respect shown. A group of complete gentlemen. I'll never forget it."