What a night. Ireland have beaten New Zealand for the first time on home soil, and it was a game that will live long in the memory. It was a performance perhaps unlike any we have seen before, a coming of age of this Irish team. Billed as the meeting as the top two teams in world rugby, the game certainly did not disappoint.
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Joe Schmidt will be thrilled with what he saw from his team, and in many way it was the perfect performance. It was a little nervy at the end, but would you have it any other way? With the World Cup on the horizon, Ireland's time is now.
Take a look at some of the best photos from a historic occasion in the Aviva Stadium.
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The All Blacks perform their famous pre-match ritual
Ireland seemed unfazed. It was a recurring theme for the entire night.
Devin Toner justified his selection right from the outset, a monster in the line-out
Rob Kearney thought he made the breakthrough early on...
...but the TMO had other ideas
Ireland's fielding was exemplary all night
Bruising carries such as this one were a regular sight for the entire 80 minutes
Jacob Stockdale made the all-important breakthrough, and Ireland never looked back
The Aviva crowd salute the winger
Peter O'Mahony repeatedly put his body on the line in a man-of-the-match performance
Conor Murray watched on nervously from the stands
New Zealand huffed and puffed, but Ireland's defence was unwavering
The final whistle sounds, and history is made
Bundee Aki definitely enjoyed that one
Ireland walk off the pitch as history makers