All Blacks create history

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The All Blacks have broken the record for successive test victories with a 37-10 defeat over Australia.
The results now means that New Zealand have now won 18 games in a row, stretching back to last year’s Rugby Championship.
This is a record for tier one nations.
The match was a much closer than the final score suggested. Australia dominated the first half with a large amount of possession and territory.
They were also denied a try due to obstruction which would have given them the lead with 30 minutes remaining.
However, in the final 20 minutes the All Blacks broke away from Australia, scoring three tries.
The All Blacks now turn their attention to their end of season tour which starts with a game against Ireland in Chicago.

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