See who shone and who struggled in the All Blacks' win over Namibia, according to the Herald experts.
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Here's how the All Blacks rated in the win, and why:
15. Ben Smith - 7
One touch in the first 20 minutes and had limited opportunity throughout. Showed glimpses of his best late on.
14. Sevu Reece - 8
Clinical as ever, finishing strong with a step off the right foot in the second half, coupled with good scramble defence on occasion.
13. Jack Goodhue - 7
Big hits and slick distribution, Goodhue combined well with Lienert-Brown and looks the preferred 13 for the remainder of the tournament.
12. Anton Lienert-Brown - 9
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Conceded an early penalty to see Namibia open their account but hardly put a foot wrong after. Burst through three tackles to score, handled exceptionally and pulled off a try-saving tackle.
11. George Bridge - 6
Quiet by his recent standards, with only a few touches under pressure and little space to move.
10. Jordie Barrett - 7
Shaky start but grew more confident in the unfamiliar first-five role, asserting his tactical dominance with the boot in the second half. Found slightly lacking off the tee.
9. Aaron Smith - 5
Not his happiest day in the black jersey. Sloppy service under pressure and failed to find touch a number of times.
8. Ardie Savea - 6
Gave up on the goggles early and was unable to stamp his authority on proceedings in the first 40. Strong out wide, as always.
7. Sam Cane - 5
Off the pace throughout, dropped balls in contact, slow to the breakdown and blown for offside at least once.
6. Shannon Frizell - 5
Slipped an early tackle, almost resulting in a try. Good offload in contact and a constant threat when carrying the pill.
5. Sam Whitelock - 6
Hot and cold – missed a couple of tackles and got pinned on the ground. Managed to cap a dominant 20-minute spell in the second half with a try.
4. Brodie Retallick - 7
In the action early in his first match in months, passing well and being a nuisance at the breakdowns. Subbed early.
3. Nepo Laulala - 3
Strong in the scrum but blown up for failing to clear a ruck before seeing yellow for a swinging arm to a Namibian player's head
2. Codie Taylor - 6
Won a big tighthead with the All Blacks under unexpected early pressure, and a handful until he was subbed.
1. Joe Moody - 7
One of his better recent outings, Moody was as physical as ever, strong defensively and handled well. Scored straight after halftime.
Dane Coles - 6, Ofa Tuungafasi - 4, Angus Ta'avao - 6, Patrick Tuipulotu - 6, Matt Todd - 5, Brad Weber - 6, TJ Perenara - 7, Rieko Ioane - 6.