- Publish Date
- Sunday, 11 September 2016, 8:57AM
A scintillating final thirty minutes has left Argentina's dream of a maiden victory over the All Blacks in tatters.
The Pumas trailed by just two points with 50 minutes gone, before New Zealand raced in five unanswered tries for a 57-22 win in Hamilton.
Coach Steve Hansen says they needed to regroup at half time, did so, and "went back out and were a lot more effective in our roles and executing the jobs we needed to do."
"That put a lot of pressure on the Argentinians."
"As a team, we'll have learned something else about ourselves as a leadership group...It was an ideal game for us."
Flanker Sam Cane is facing four to six weeks on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring injury early in the second half.
via Radio Sport
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