How the players rated in the All Blacks' loss to the Wallabies.
Beauden Barrett - 7
The kick-happy fullback's execution was lacking off the boot, but his running game was dangerous and he was defensively sound.
Ben Smith - 6
No one can fault Smith's effort, but his impact was minimal on attack. He got stuck in defensively with a high tackle count.
Jack Goodhue - 5
After an opening 10 minutes where nothing went right, he atoned by setting up a try. Left early with a hamstring injury.
Anton Lienert-Brown - 8
Did everything he could to lift the All Blacks on attack with some searching runs. Scored an opportunist try.
Rieko Ioane - 5
Struggled to get involved, but took the opportunity to strike when he got it. Missed more tackles than he made.
Richie Mo'unga - 8
Showed a strong running game and read the match well, making the right play more often than not. Worked hard on defence.
Aaron Smith - 6
A constant presence around the ruck, his ball distribution was crisp and fast. Conceded a couple of turnovers.
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Kieran Read - 8
Did important work early while his teammates were slow out of the gates; seemed to pop up everywhere on defence.
Sam Cane - 9
Showed time after time he's probably the last all Black you want to run at. Made plenty of strong tackles and missed zero.
Ardie Savea - 7
Brought a mixed bag to Perth. Conceded a few penalties, but caused the Wallabies some problems with ball in hand.
Sam Whitelock - 7
Got through plenty of work at the breakdown, and was a leader on defence with a massive tackle count.
Scott Barrett - 1
Made little impact on the match before being shown a red card for a reckless tackle on Michael Hooper.
Owen Franks - 5
Was outworked at scrum time but got into his work at the breakdown and in the trenches on defence.
Dane Coles - 5
Had a few lapses on defence early but atoned with a high tackle count.
Joe Moody - 5
Much the same as Franks, Moody worked hard across the park but was outplayed by his opposite number.
Reserves: Codie Taylor - 5, Atu Moli - 7, Angus Ta'avao - 7, Patrick Tuipulotu - 6, Matt Todd - 6, TJ Perenara - 5, Ngani Laumape - 7, George Bridge - 5.
Kurtley Beale - 8
Wasn't the most involved, but he caught the All Blacks napping a couple of times, especially late in the piece.
Marika Koroibete - 10
Sent some early warning shots out wide, showing his speed and deft kicking touch. Caused problems at every opportunity.
James O'Connor - 8
His selection was questioned by many, but he silenced the critics with a damaging running game.
Samu Kerevi - 7
Worked some nice plays with his wingers, and ran with intent. Got greedy and bombed a try, but was otherwise good.
Reece Hodge - 9
Chewed through the metres with ball in hand and was a reliable exit option; was rewarded with a double.
Christian Lealiifano - 7
Was a steady presence in the middle for the Wallabies and had a perfect night from the tee.
Nic White - 9
Distributed the ball superbly from the breakdown, made great decisions and ran like a terrier.
Isi Naisarani - 6
It wasn't a memorable night for the No 8. His work was mostly done in the gritty areas as the backs benefitted.
Michael Hooper - 6
Had a number of handling errors but was as damaging as ever at the breakdown and defensively.
Lukhan Salakaia-Loto - 8
Ran the ball with plenty of intent, got through plenty of work across the park and was rewarded with a try.
Rory Arnold - 6
Had an effective night defensively, stepped up when called into the attacking game and was a strong lineout option.
Izack Rodda - 7
Conceded a penalty but more than made up for it across the park. Put his hand up on attack and muscled up on defence.
Allan Alaalatoa - 7
Made some damaging tackles, anchored a strong Wallabies scrum and put his hand up on attack.
Tolu Latu - 6
A solid performance from the Wallabies hooker. He did all that was required of him at set pieces and then some.
Scott Sio - 7
Got the better of his counterpart at the set piece, tackled well and was active in the gritty areas of the game.
Reserves: Folau Fainga'a - 7, James Slipper - 6, Taniela Tupou - 7, Adam Coleman - 7, Luke Jones - 5, Will Genia - 6, Matt To'omua - 6, Tom Banks - 5.