The All Blacks have beaten the United States 104-14 in Washington DC.
The All Blacks were in complete control from the start of the game – scoring their first try after just 29 seconds.
They went on to score sixteen tries to two against an understrength US team.
Wing Will Jordan dotted down for three tries, while loose forward Luke Jacobsen and prop Angus Ta’avao bagged two tries each.
Prop Ethan de Groot, fullback Damian McKenzie, first-five Richie Mo’unga, second-five Quinn Tupaea, loose forward Dalton Papalii also scored tries as did replacements Anton Lienert-Brown, Beauden Barrett, Dane Coles and TJ Perenara.
The Eagles secured their first-ever try against the All Blacks during the test.
Before the game the All Blacks performed a haka to honor Maori All Black Sean Wainui who died in a car crash this week.
The All Blacks now travel to Europe to play Wales, Italy, Ireland and France.