The All Blacks have beaten South Africa 19-17 in their 100th test match.
Jordie Barrett was the star. He kicked a winning penalty two minutes from time as New Zealand clinched the Rugby Championship.
The 100th game between the two sides started brightly, with New Zealand’s Will Jordan and South Africa’s Sbu Nkosi each scored an early.
However, from that point on it was up to the goalkickers. Barrett and Springboks fly-half Handre Pollard scored four penalties each as both sides traded the lead.
All Blacks coach Ian Foster said: “The performance was not what we wanted.”
New Zealand remains undefeated in 2021 while the Springboks have now lost three matches in a row after back-to-back defeats by Australia. The All Blacks will play South Africa again next Saturday in the last game of the Rugby Championship.