Team secures third place at the Rugby World Cup bronze final with a comfortable victory over Wales.
Beauden Barrett's four tries is a new All Blacks record in a match against Australia as New Zealand retained the Bledisloe Cup with a test to spare.
The All Blacks' pack were decisive in the 38-13 rout at Sydney's Olympic stadium on Saturday, dominating the set pieces and winning a slew of line-outs from the Wallabies' throw.
Despite the Lions' massive territory and possession advantage, the South African franchise never ever looked like breaking down the Canterbury Crusaders, who ran out comfortable winner in the Southern Hemisphere's premier rugby tournament.
Despite a second half fight back by the French, the five tries scored by New Zealanders was more than sufficient to hold the French at bay.
The world champions extinguished any chance of an upset with three tries in seven first-half minutes.
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