The first meeting between New Zealand and South Africa in this year's Rugby Championship was virtually over by half-time. The All Blacks took a 31-0 lead into the break at the North Harbour Stadium. The game would finish with a record-breaking 57-0 win for the All-Blacks.
New Zealand's first try game after 17 minutes through Rieko Ioane. Four minutes later, it was the other winger, Nehe Milner-Skudder, who would touch down for the second try of the game.
Though the try will be credited to Milner-Skudder, it was Beauden Barrett who ensured it will take a place on the highlight reel of tries from 2017.
After Milner-Skudder intercepted a pass just outside his own 22, he hared into the South African half of the pitch. Barrett was there on his shoulder to receive a pass and looked to be heading towards the try line. That was until he played a brilliant reverse pass to the All Blacks number 14 who then scored with ease.
Ioane's try was also damn good. Though again, it would the man who provided the assist - this time Aaron Smith - who should get all the credit.