Ireland have defeated the All Blacks in a rugby Test series for the first time.
The 2-1 series win came after the 32-22 victory in the thrid test in Wellington.
Ireland completely dominated the home side in the first 40 minutes, leading 22-3 at half-time after scoring three tries in front of a sold out crowd.
The All Blacks scored the first try of the second half to Ardie Savea before making the most of an Ireland player being yellow carded to dot down again through Akira Ioane and cut the visitors lead to 25-17.
Will Jordan then scored for the hosts to trim Ireland’s advantage further, but the tourists struck back next to push back out to a 10 point lead at 32-22 and that was the final result as Ireland made history.
The result was the All Blacks’ first back-to-back home defeats in 24 years.