The All Blacks put on a convincing display against France in Christchurch, racking up a 30-0 scoreline against their 2011 World Cup final rivals.
New Zealand’s execution was flawless, and after wingers Julian Savea and Ben Smith picked up tries, the All Blacks launched a length-of-the-field counter attack that put Beauden Barrett under the posts.
Beauden Barrett was the rightful owner of the try, as it wash is decision to run the ball from inside their own 22 metre line that resulted in the try.
Aaron Cruden, Rene Ranger and Conrad Smith all played their role in the attack, which is arguably the best international try of the season.
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