Ireland has beaten the All Blacks 29-20 at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
The Irish team was spurred on by a loud home crowd as they outplayed the All Blacks.
New Zealand kept the game close but was overcome by a spirited Ireland side.
Ireland scored their first try through kiwi born James Lowe but at halftime they were 10-5 behind the All Blacks, after a Jordie Barrett penalty and a converted try from the returning Taylor.
Ireland started the second half brightly with Kelleher and Caelan Doris scoring quick tries.
Will Jordan’s 15th try of 2021 bought the All Blacks closer to the Irish before a disallowed try for the All Blacks sealed their fate.
The loss was New Zealand’s third defeat from 41 Tests in Europe. The three other losses coming at the hands of Ireland (16-9 in November 2018) and England (38-21 in December 2012).