The depth of talent that the All Blacks have at their disposal shows no signs of slowing down after full-back Damien McKenzie scored a stunning but crucial try for the All Blacks in their 25-24 victory against the Springboks in South Africa.
South Africa moved the match to the DHL Newlands stadium in Cape Town in hope that it would give them a better chance of victory after suffering their heaviest ever defeat to the All Blacks last week 57-0.
With the All Blacks leading 8-3 at half time, the Springboks levelled the match shortly after the break and looked to be dominating until winger Reiko Ioane intercepted a Ross Cronje's pass inside New Zealand's 22 to run the length of the field and put the All Blacks back in control.
South Africa fired back with a try five minutes later through flanker Jean-Luc du Preez but just when you think the All Blacks are on the back foot, they create something out of nothing and score a scintillating try.
Substitute winger David Kaetau Havili caught and countered from a South Africa clearance kick, beating two defenders before giving beautiful offload to McKenzie who ran the length of the pitch to touch down in the corner.
McKenzie who can play at full back or fly-half has played seven times for the All Blacks, scoring four tries during that period. Remember the name.
Watch Damien McKenzie's try below: