See who shone and who struggled in the All Blacks' 46-24 win over Argentina.
15. Ben Smith - 7
Took 10th minute head knock but offered elusive running and provided flair to orchestrate a counter-attacking victory.
14. Nehe Milner-Skudder - 7
Continues to look a weapon with dashing runs on right flank. Glides like a Rolls-Royce Phantom with ball in hand.
13. Jack Goodhue - 8
Strong covering tackles and was key to setting up All Blacks opening try. Deserved his own at end after selfless display.
12. Ngani Laumape - 6
Knocked and twisted right knee in Sanchez tackle and went off in 10th. Replaced by Lienert-Brown.
11. Waisake Naholo - 6
Limited opportunities as game tended to drift from his flank. Demonstrated willing effort when involved.
10. Richie Mo'unga - 6
Had keys to ignition in All Blacks backline. Stalled when stood up by Moyano, but asserted himself better later.
9. TJ Perenara - 8
Brings joie de vivre to team spirit. Sid Going-like dart to nail 31st minute try. Communicated well with pack.
8. Kieran Read (c) - 7
Determination drove him to crucial try which stretched ABs to 23-14. Customary composure ensured no panic.
7. Ardie Savea - 7
Busy game as he tries to stamp mark on No 7 jersey. Claimed crucial penalty as Pumas threatened in 47th.
6. Shannon Frizell - 8
Dangerous in space. Looked like Gulliver as Pumas defenders buzzed around him before 19th minute try. A local star.
5. Scott Barrett - 7
Charged with passion. Missed 22nd minute tackle as Delguy found space. Spilt pill in 27th, but engine kept revving.
4. Brodie Retallick - 7
Off in 10th with shoulder injury which brought Whitelock into fray. Had already contributed in defence and open play.
3. Owen Franks - 7
Picked and ran like he'd decided the try drought must end in 101st test. Missed tackle of Sanchez in 42nd minute.
2. Codie Taylor - 7
Million dollar pass to Milner-Skudder in 19th helped set up first ABs try. Demonstrated a reliable GPS in lineout.
1. Karl Tu'inukuafe - 8
The Sergeant Al Powell of the side. He's got your back if you're stuck in Nakatomi Plaza with Hans Gruber on Christmas Eve.
16. Nathan Harris - 7
17. Tim Perry - N/A
18. Ofa Tuungafasi - 7
19. Sam Whitelock - 7
20. Luke Whitelock - N/A
21. Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi - 7
22. Damian McKenzie - 7
23. Anton Lienert-Brown - 7
15. Emiliano Boffelli - 7
Accelerated like a gaucho galloping the Pampas, especially in 70th. Faced with Hobson's Choice in 58th minute All Blacks try.
14. Bautista Delguy - 7
Hunger was evident throughout, particularly when slaloming would-be tacklers in second half. A ghost to pin.
13 Matias Moroni - 6
Tenacious tackling, given Goodhue's robust carries in possession. Was a bootlace from try in 35th when it brushed chalk.
12. Jeronimo De La Fuente - 6
A chainsaw juggler against All Blacks wave of counter-attacks. Tackled as best he could, despite dilemmas on who to nab.
11. Ramiro Moyano - 8
Swerved and sped like Juan Manuel Fangio in his pomp to stand up Mo'unga and Perenara and score first try.
10. Nicolas Sanchez - 8
Tireless work as he marshalled behind a meaty herd. Feet (and hands) to rival Diego Maradona for accuracy.
9. Martin Landajo - 6
Looked like a traffic controller on 9 de Julio Avenue in Buenos Aires at times, such was the game's pace.
8. Javier Ortega Desio - 6
Steady showing to maintain momentum as his side held their own for the majority of the contest.
7. Marcos Kremer - 6
Took out Savea on halftime to prevent potential try. Fearless despite a stinging arm. Combative at breakdown.
6. Tomas Lezana - 7
Ranging work provided a key thread between pack and the backs. Looked knackered later as tempo caught up.
5. Tomas Lavanini - 8
Bruising obstacle on defence and attack which gifted his teammates space to work in. The toro of the Argentine pack.
4. Guido Petti - 7
Rose like Aconcagua in lineout on occasion. Gave his team a platform from which to base their flair-filled game.
3. N. Tetaz Chaparro - 6
Had his hands, legs and neck full against Tu'inukuafe. Contributed a solid showing to keep side in contest.
2. Augustin Creevy (c) - 6
Skipper snatched at what must have felt like a Ben Smith hologram in 47th. Replaced immediately afterwards.
1. Santiago Garcia Botta - 7
Charged around with confidence and self-belief like a waiter delivering orders of rare steak to customers at a parrilla.
16. Julian Montoya - 7
17. Juan Pablo Zeiss - N/A
18. Gaston Cortez - N/A
19. Matias Alemanno - N/A
20. Pablo Matera - 6
21. Tomas Cubelli - N/A
22. Bautista Ezcurra - N/A
23. Juan Cruz Mallia - N/A