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New Zealand

Internationals | Brisbane
09:00 (GMT) | 21-10-2017
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Full-time! The Wallabies have beaten the All Blacks! Thank you for joining us at Rugby365.com for this match. Be sure to join us for the Currie Cup Semi Finals happening later this afternoon!
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Taylor finds his jumper , Williams bashes it up again. Whitelock , Read have a go before Cane knocks the ball forward and the Wallabies have won!!!!
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Wallabies with ball in hand as the clock ticks down. New Zealand win the penalty as Phipps goes straight off his feet at the ruck. McKenzie kicks for touch to set up a lineout 15 meters from the Wallabies try line .
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Hodge raises the flags with a massive kick of 55 meters!!!! What a kick
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Wallabies turn the ball over , Hodge clears the ball into touch , taken quickly by McKenzie who links up with Naholo. Referee awards the Aussies a penalty for Tuungafasi taking Kuridrani out off the ball. Hodge will have a shot at goal from miles out .
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All Blacks win the penalty at the scrum . McKenzie kicks for touch as New Zealand have a lineout 25 meters out. Taylor finds Tuipolotu and Williams crashes the ball up midfield .
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Perenara clears the ball into touch . Wallabies lineout inside the All Blacks half. Moore fails to find his jumper but McMahon pounces on the ball for the Wallabies . All Blacks turn the ball over and Perenara clears the ball up field . Hodge runs it back at the All Blacks before Foley drops the ball cold. Scrum down, All Blacks put in .
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What a offload from Sonny Bill Williams puts Read into space who plays flyer Rieko Ioane along the wing , he turns on the afterburners and crosses the line in the corner! What a try , what a match ...
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All Blacks with ball in hand on the Wallabies 22 as Squire makes a run then Taylor, Read and McKenzie get involved . Wallabies defense holds strong.
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Oh no... Foley puts the ball out on the full as the ball has been judged to have been taken back . Some massive hits have happened in the past 5 minutes or so...Collision central !
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Tuipolotu loses the ball as the Wallabies regain possession. McMahon gets the ball and smashes through the line and breaks 3 tackles along with makes 20 meters with a sensational run!
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Beale clears the Wallabies line but the ball does not go out as McKenzie runs it back at the home side but gets smashed!
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All Blacks win the penalty from great play from Naholo who forces the Wallabies to hang onto the ball. Perenara takes it quickly puts in a kick and comes within inches of scoring before the ball rolls out. Great vision from the scrumhalf it must be said .
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Wallabies with ball in hand midfield. Beale and McMahon link up before a grubber is put through and cleaned up by McKenzie
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Hodge's penalty kick is successful!
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Wallabies still with ball in hand as Moore has a go, then Alaalatoa bashes it up in the tight play before the home team win the penalty as Naholo is penalized. Hodge steps up to have a shot at goal .
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Hodge kicks for touch to set up lineout just outside the All Blacks 22 . Moore finds his jumper and Kuridrani bashes it up midfield. Koreibete makes a good run followed by Coleman once again. NZ defense holds strong .
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New Zealand are penalized at the breakdown as Sam Cane comes in straight in the side. Wallabies are awarded the penalty and veteran Stephen Moore comes onto the field as the crowd erupt for the Wallabies legend !
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Average grubber kick is put through by Foley easily cleaned up by McKenzie who beats the first defender before being taken down by Foley.
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Folau looking dangerous once again as he is taken down by the boot laces. Foley clears the ball up field and Hodge runs it back at the All Blacks. Kepu then makes a good run followed by Kuridrani
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Foleys conversion is unsuccessful
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Polota-Nau finds Coleman, the maul is set and is looking good, the ball comes out and is given to Folau who gets on the outside of Naholo once again and plays Koreibete , the winger puts his head down bashes through McKenzie and its a fantastic try !!!!!!
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Wallabies win the penalty... Taken quickly by Genia . Coleman has a run, then Folau , then McMahon . The ball is put down along the wing but the Wallabies had the penalty advantage. The Wallabies reject the option of taking a easy shot at goal and instead set up the 5 meter lineout. Brave call from the home side .
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Wallabies on the attack as Polatu-Nau has a bash then Koreibete. Tui gets smashed by Cane then Kepu has a go. All Blacks defense is solid as a rock
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Australia win the penalty on a New Zealand scrum put in. Hodge kicks for touch to set up the lineout on the All Blacks 22.
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Australia on the attack through Folau and then Foley who looks to offload to Genia but the scrumhalf loses the ball forward. Scrum down, All Blacks put in near the halfway line.
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Foleys penalty kick is poor and misses by a distance. 22 dropout to the All Blacks.
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Sopoaga has a go followed by Crockett coming straight in the side of the ruck. Penalty is awarded to Australia as Foley steps up to have a shot at goal.
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Polota-Nau finds his jumper followed by Sio bashing it up. Foley then hoists the up and under taken nicely by McKenzie .
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All Blacks awarded a short arm penalty at the scrum. Sopoaga pumps the ball into touch. Wallabies lineout on the halfway line
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Aaron Smith feeds the scrum, its looking terribly messy for the All Blacks as Dempsey gets the ball breaks away with the try line in sight as the ref calls for a scrum reset. A 50-50 call at best.
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Foley kicks for touch from the penalty to set up a lineout on the halfway line. Tui claims the lineout and Hooper bashes it up midfield. Coleman makes a good carry then Folau makes another great run putting Koreibete into space. Into the All Blacks 22 the Wallabies go before Beale cant hang onto the ball and loses it forward.
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All Blacks still with ball in hand as Laulala bashes it up then Ioane gets involved midfield but is taken down with a textbook tackle from Foley. Hooper then forces the winger to hang onto the ball and wins a penalty for Australia. Break in play as Simmons is badly injured .
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All Blacks turn the ball over immediately from the restart along with win the penalty . The option is to kick for touch, Sopoaga sets up the lineout inside the Wallabies 22. Coles finds his jumper in Squire and the maul is set by the visitors. Sonny Bill Williams then crashes it up midfield as the Wallabies defense holds strong .
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Second half underway as Sopoaga kicks off

Half Time

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Halftime: Foleys conversion kick is unsuccessful . We will see you in a bit for the second half. All Blacks leading 13-12 . It should be a great second half !
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Its sensational from the Wallabies as the phases of attack continue, the ball is swung to Folau who puts in a beautiful step beats Naholo and scores in the corner! Try time!
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Aaron Smith feeds the scrum , plays Sopoaga who kicks once again. Beale cleans up and runs it back at the All Blacks , Koroibete has a run after a quiet first half. Wallabies make their way up to the All Blacks 22 after stringing together 10+ phases. .
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Australia on the attack as Folau beats two defenders, the next wave of attack sees Beale lose the ball forward. Scrum to the All Blacks.
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McKenzie loses the ball forward , scrum on the halfway line to the Wallabies. The wet conditions are certainly effecting the standard of rugby
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Referee Barnes has lost his patience at scrum time. A short arm penalty is given to Australia after Kane Hames refuses to listen to the referees advice at the scrum.
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Coles finds his jumper in Squire, Sopoaga plays Sonny Bill Williams who offloads to Crotty who loses the ball forward. Scrum down, Australia scrum
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Aaron Smith feeds the scrum , plays Sopoaga who kicks up field. Folau cleans up the ball and puts in a dodgy kick that slices into touch just outside the Wallabies 22. Lineout to the All Blacks.
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Beale has a go for the Wallabies followed by Foley attempting to break the line with a show and go. Unfortunately for the home team the flyhalf loses the ball in contact and its another scrum for the All Blacks.
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Jack Dempsey turns the ball over but is penalized , the crowd are not happy with that call at all. The option is to have a shot at goal as Sopoaga steps up once again. He lines up his kick, composes himself and adds the extras .
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All Blacks win the ball on a Wallabies throw , they are 10 meters away from the Wallabies line as McKenzie has a go followed by Read. Australia hanging on in defense
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New Zealand turn the ball over and a game of aerial ping pong takes place before McKenzie puts in the a sharpshooting kick that rolls into touch inside the Wallabies 22 .
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Little chip over the top made by Sopoaga but Australia regather the ball . Dempsey has a run then Simmons, New Zealands defense holds strong
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Massive hit made by Sonny Bill Williams forces the error out of the Wallabies in the form of a knock on. Scrum down, New Zealand put in
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Sopoaga smashes the ball, its going , its going, it smashes the pole but its on off and OVER!
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Aaron Smith feeds the scrum then plays Sopoaga who clears the ball up field . Folau runs it back at the All Blacks before Read absolutely smashes the fullback. Australia are then counter rucked off the the ball and are penalized at the breakdown. Penalty to New Zealand. Sopoaga will have a shot at goal from 45 meters out.
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Polota-Nau finds his jumper as the Wallabies go on the attack through Kepu, Dempsey and Beale. The next wave of attack sees Folau knock the ball forward. Scrum down, All Blacks put in on their own 22
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The match has caught alight as both teams have intentions to run the ball . We have a penalty to Australia on the halfway line. Foley kicks for touch to set up the lineout on the visitors 22
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McKenzie has a crack before the ball is lost by the All Blacks. A pointless kick is put in my Genia which hands possession back to the All Blacks, the counter attack is great as Naholo busts through the line with a great run. He plays Aaron Smith who is ankle tapped with the line in sight. Australia win the penalty.... Taken quickly by Beale!
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From the restart Ioane takes the ball beautifully in the air before Beale is penalized at the ruck. Sopoag then kicks for touch to set up a lineout for the All Blacks on the Wallabies 22
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Sopoaga's conversion kick sails through the middle and we are all square
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Smith has a go, then Sopoaga, what follows is a long ball swung out to Naholo who crosses the line in the corner. Great play from the All Blacks
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Coles finds his jumper and the All Blacks bash it up 5 meters away from the Wallabies try line
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Rob Simmons gets penalized at the breakdown, New Zealand win the penalty and Sopoaga sets up a 5 meter lineout
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Bernard Foley converts the try
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Reece Hodge scores for Australia!!!
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New Zealand
START LINE UP
  • 15 Kurtley Beale
  • 14 Marika Koroibete
  • 13 Tevita Kuridrani
  • 12 Samu Kerevi
  • 11 Reece Hodge
  • 10 Bernard Foley
  • 9 Will Genia
  • 8 Sean McMahon
  • 7 Michael Hooper
  • 6 Ben McCalman
  • 5 Blake Enever
  • 4 Rob Simmons
  • 3 Sekope Kepu
  • 2 Stephen Moore
  • 1 Scott Sio
RESERVES
  • 23 Henry Speight
  • 22 Karmichael Hunt
  • 21 Nick Phipps
  • 20 Lopeti Timani
  • 19 Lukhan Tui
  • 18 Taniela Tupou
  • 17 Tetera Faulkner
  • 16 Tatafu Polota-Nau
START LINE UP
  • 15 Damian McKenzie
  • 14 Waisake Naholo
  • 13 Ryan Crotty
  • 12 Sonny Bill Williams
  • 11 Reiko Loane
  • 10 Beauden Barrett
  • 9 Aaron Smith
  • 8 Luke Whitelock
  • 7 Sam Cane
  • 6 Liam Squire
  • 5 Sam Whitelock
  • 4 Patrick Tuipulotu
  • 3 Nepo Laulala
  • 2 Codie Taylor
  • 1 Kane Hames
RESERVES
  • 23 Anton Lienert-Brown.
  • 22 Lima Sopoaga
  • 21 TJ Perenara
  • 20 Matt Todd
  • 19 Scott Barrett
  • 18 Ofa Tuungafasi
  • 17 Wyatt Crockett
  • 16 Nathan Harris
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PREVIEW: Australia v New Zealand

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 08:41

BLEDISLOE CUP: Australia will look to repair their international reputations when they face the ultimate test against New Zealand.

The World Rugby Champions bagged the Bledisloe trophy for the 15-consecutive year and head into Saturday's fixture with full intent of keeping that supremacy over Australia intact.

The match might be dead rubber, but for the Wallabies, who last lifted the trophy in 2002, a win is crucial especially with the country's rugby moral at an all-time low.

Since their 34-54 defeat to the All Black in Sydney, Australia have been improving, hence the performance in Dunedin. They leapt out a 17-0 lead and held their advantage until the 78th minute. Eventually, folded and with less than two minutes from full-time Beauden Barrett crossed the chalk  to scrape home 35-29, which sealed the trophy.

*Article continues below the video!

The Cup may be gone for another year but star centre Kurtley Beale is confident the Australians, who will wear an indigenous-themed jersey to honour Aborigines' role in rugby, can finish their home season with an uplifting win infront of a boisterous Brisbane crowd.

"I think that [Dunedin] was a huge game for us to get a good understanding of where we are at as a playing squad,” Beale said.

"The more we play, the better we are getting. That's the positive. We're still building towards what we believe we can achieve."

Australia’s attack has been much improved throughout this year with the Wallabies scoring the same number of tries in nine Test matches this year (39) as they scored in 15 Tests during 2016.

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is also wary of the Australian threat after they improved markedly during the recent Rugby Championship following a 54-34 beating in the series opener in Sydney.

"From Australia's point of view, they'll be desperate to win as they haven't done so for some time," he said. "I don't think after the Dunedin Test we can afford to be one or two percent off."

Hansen added that New Zealand's goal was to "never be satisfied at where we're at".

"We're always striving to get better every game and this week is no different," he warned.

Lock Rob Simmons is the Wallabies' only change to the team that beat Argentina 37-20 a fortnight ago to finish second in the Rugby Championship behind the All Blacks, replacing Izack Rodda who underwent season-ending shoulder surgery on Wednesday.

Retiring former captain Stephen Moore was named among the replacements for what will be his last Test in Australia and his 125th overall.

The veteran hooker will end his international career after Australia's European tour in November.

The All Blacks have opted not to risk flyhalf Beauden Barrett after his recent head knock, with Lima Sopoaga to start at No.10.

Although Barrett was cleared of concussion after a clash playing South Africa two weeks ago, he has suffered dizziness and headaches since.

The only other change in the All Blacks' starting line up is the return of Waisake Naholo on the right wing for the injured Nehe Milner-Skudder.

Although New Zealand has dominated Australia in recent years, Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium has been a difficult venue for the New Zealanders.

Of five matches there over the past 11 years, the All Blacks have lost one, drawn one, and won three but never by more than a four-point margin.

Players to watch:

For Australia: In the Australia set-up there is always the skillful Israel Folau, who just dominate any aerial battle. Kurtley Beale along with Bernard Foley have the ability to exploit any side's weakness.

For New Zealand: After being dominated by the Springbok Malcolm Marx a fortnight ago, Dane Coles will be eager to redeem himself. In the absence of World rugby player of the year, Lima Sopoaga will want to fill that void and prove himself. Ryan Crotty, alongside Sonny Bill Williams in midfield, is the real danger.

Head to head: Damian McKenzie (New Zealand) against Israel Folau (Australia), two of the most exciting players in the game.  The midfield battle between Ryan Crotty and Sonny Bill Williams (All Blacks) against Tevita Kuridrani and Kurtley Beale (Wallabies) could be decisive. While out wide, All Blacks flyer Rieko Ioane matches up with Wallabies speedster Marika Koroibete.

Recent results:

2017: New Zealand won 35-29 in Dunedin
2017: New Zealand won 54-34, Sydney
2016: New Zealand won 37-10, Auckland
2016: New Zealand won 29-9, Wellington
2016: New Zealand won 42-8, Sydney
2015: New Zealand won 34-17, London (World Cup Final)
2015: New Zealand won 41-13, Auckland
2015: Australia won 27-19, Sydney
2014: New Zealand won 29-28, Brisbane
2014: New Zealand won 51-20, Auckland
2014: New Zealand and Australia drew 12-all, Sydney

Prediction: The All Blacks have played Australia 160 times with 111 wins to the All Blacks, 42 to the Wallabies and seven draws. They've played each other six times at Suncorp Stadium, with the most recent match a hard-fought 29-28 win to the All Blacks in 2014. The All Blacks have now won seven games on the bounce against the Wallabies, averaging 40 points per game in that run. The Wallabies' solidarity and Brisbane's belief will not be enough... even without talisman Beauden Barrett, New Zealand to win by at least 20 points.

Teams:

Australia: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Marika Koroibete, 13 Tevita Kuridrani, 12 Kurtley Beale, 11 Reece Hodge, 10 Bernard Foley, 9 Will Genia, 8 Sean McMahon, 7 Michael Hooper, 6 Jack Dempsey, 5 Adam Coleman, 4 Rob Simmons, 3 Sekope Kepu, 2 Tatafu Polota-Nau, 2 Scott Sio.
Replacements: 16 Stephen Moore, 17 Tom Robertson, 18 Allan Alaalatoa, 19 Lukhan Tui, 20 Ned Hanigan, 21 Nick Phipps, 22 Samu Kerevi, 23 Henry Speight.

New Zealand: 15 Damian McKenzie, 14 Waisake Naholo, 13 Ryan Crotty, 12 Sonny Bill Williams, 11 Rieko Ioane, 10 Lima Sopoaga, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Kieran Read (captain), 7 Sam Cane, 6 Liam Squire, 5 Scott Barrett, 4 Samuel Whitelock, 3 Nepo Laulala, 2 Dane Coles, 1 Kane Hames.
Replacements: 16 Codie Taylor, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Ofa Tu'ungafasi, 19 Patrick Tuipulotu, 20 Matt Todd, 21 Thomas Perenara, 22 Anton Lienert-Brown, 23 David Havili.

Date: Saturday, October 21
Venue: Suncorp Stadium, Australia
Kick-off: 19.05 (22.05 NZ time; 09.05 GMT)
Expected Weather: Mostly cloudy with an 80 percent chance of rain. Winds southwesterly 12 to 24 km/h. High of 20°C, low of 18°C
Referee: Wayne Barnes (England)
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen (South Africa), Egon Seconds (South Africa)
TMO: Marius Jonker (South Africa)

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Wallabies knock World Champs

Sat, 21 Oct 2017 09:00

MATCH REPORT: Australia made sure Stephen Moore had a good farewell with a rare 23-18 victory over the World Champions New Zealand on Saturday.

Australia withstood a furious late charge to upset New Zealand in a pulsating Bledisloe Cup match on Saturday, piercing a fresh hole in the world champions' aura of invincibility.

Reece Hodge's monster, the 53-metre penalty just before the final whistle sealed the victory for the Wallabies, who celebrated just their second win in 19 games against their exalted neighbours.

After trailing by one point at half-time, Australia fought back to claim a physical victory over the All Blacks, scoring three tries to two in a high-quality match.

New Zealand, who had already retained the Bledisloe Cup after winning the opening two games during the Rugby Championship, dominated early and seemed certain to make it a clean sweep in Brisbane.

But the Wallabies, wearing a specially designed jersey to honour Australia's indigenous players, dug deep in the second half to take the lead before holding off the visitors' trademark late surge.

The Wallabies had come agonisingly close to ending their run of defeats against New Zealand when they conceded a late converted try to lose 35-29 in Dunedin in August.

*Article continues below the video!

But they stood firm to hand a second defeat of the season to the All Blacks, who will be going for their third straight World Cup title in two years' time in Japan.

Although New Zealand have retained their Rugby Championship and Bledisloe Cup titles this year, they also drew their three-Test series with the British and Irish Lions and haven't exerted the same dominance of recent years.

As well as their last-gasp win over Australia in August, they trailed Argentina in the second half in New Plymouth and beat South Africa by a single point this month in Cape Town.

Slippery conditions in Brisbane meant both sides made plenty of errors, particularly early in the match.

The home side were put under huge pressure early on as the visitors controlled the match with some superb tactical kicking.

However, it was the Wallabies who struck first when New Zealand flyhalf Lima Sopoaga had the ball knocked from his grasp straight into the arms of Australian winger Hodge, who raced 75 metres to score under the posts.

The All Blacks hit back 15 minutes into the first half when an unmarked Waisake Naholo crossed in the corner. Sopoaga converted from out wide to level the scores, then put the All Blacks ahead 10-7 with a 46-metre penalty.

The New Zealand flyhalf, starting in place of the injured Beauden Barrett, kicked his second penalty when the otherwise outstanding Wallabies flank Jack Dempsey was caught offside in front of the posts.

The All Blacks continued to look the more dangerous, but right on half-time Australia finally enjoyed some possession in the New Zealand 22 and fullback Israel Folau ghosted through the defence to score his seventh try in nine Test matches in Brisbane.

Bernard Foley missed the conversion as the visitors went into the break 13-12 up, and he also miscued a penalty attempt 10 minutes into the second half from 38 metres on the left.

But six minutes later, Australian captain Michael Hooper turned down an easier penalty attempt and opted to kick for touch.

The Wallabies spun the ball wide after a rolling maul sucked in the New Zealand defenders and Marika Koroibete crossed in the corner.

Foley couldn't convert but the Wallabies were well on top and Hodge extended their lead to 20-13 with a penalty from almost 40 metres out with 15 minutes remaining.

But the All Blacks came storming back and after a superb Sonny Bill Williams offload, Reiko Ioane crossed out wide to make it 20-18 with nine minutes remaining.

However, there was to be no last hurrah for the All Blacks this time around as Hodge thumped his late, long penalty over the sticks to seal the victory.

Man of the match: All Blacks wing Waisake Naholo was great on attack and after just 20 minutes the wing already made 3 line-break!  Captain Kieran Read's like always has a good 80 minutes and his defence kept Wallabies at bay. Australia's loose trio - Sean McMahon, Michael Hooper, and Jack Dempsey - were amazing at the breakdown, while Israel Folau is also a candidate as he set up two tries and scored a try. But our choice is Reece Hodge for a phenomenal performance in his kicking, passing and running.  

Moment of the match: Reece Hodge's intercepted try in the 6th minute.

Villian of the match:  There were no huge fights but the off the ball niggles and emotional outburst between the sides did dampen the gentleman's game.

The scorers:

For Australia:
Tries:
Hodge, Folau, Koroibete
Con: Foley,
Pens: Hodge 2

For New Zealand:
Tries:
Naholo, Ioane
Con: Sopoaga
Pens: Sopoaga 2

Teams:

Australia: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Marika Koroibete, 13 Tevita Kuridrani, 12 Kurtley Beale, 11 Reece Hodge, 10 Bernard Foley, 9 Will Genia, 8 Sean McMahon, 7 Michael Hooper, 6 Jack Dempsey, 5 Adam Coleman, 4 Rob Simmons, 3 Sekope Kepu, 2 Tatafu Polota-Nau, 2 Scott Sio.
Replacements: 16 Stephen Moore, 17 Tom Robertson, 18 Allan Alaalatoa, 19 Lukhan Tui, 20 Ned Hanigan, 21 Nick Phipps, 22 Samu Kerevi, 23 Henry Speight.

New Zealand: 15 Damian McKenzie, 14 Waisake Naholo, 13 Ryan Crotty, 12 Sonny Bill Williams, 11 Rieko Ioane, 10 Lima Sopoaga, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Kieran Read (captain), 7 Sam Cane, 6 Liam Squire, 5 Scott Barrett, 4 Samuel Whitelock, 3 Nepo Laulala, 2 Dane Coles, 1 Kane Hames.
Replacements: 16 Codie Taylor, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Ofa Tu'ungafasi, 19 Patrick Tuipulotu, 20 Ardie Savea, 21 Thomas Perenara, 22 Anton Lienert-Brown, 23 David Havili.

Referee: Wayne Barnes (England)
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen (South Africa), Egon Seconds (South Africa)
TMO: Marius Jonker (South Africa)

Reece Hodge (6min) and Marika Koroibete (56min)
TRIES
Waisake Naholo (14min)
Bernard Foley (8min)
CONVERSIONS
Lima Sopoaga (15min)
Reece Hodge (64min) and Reece Hodge (77min)
PENALTIES
Lima Sopoaga (24min) and Lima Sopoaga (30min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
 
 
 
VENUE Brisbane
REFEREE Wayne Barnes (England)