And another scrum. It will be very interesting to see what the ABs have up their sleeves, once they get this ball away.
Williams into the tackle.
Away to the right now through Dagg. 10m out.
Naholo with great strength. 5m out.
What incredible strength shown by the centre.
There were a couple of nice pick-ups in midfield to continue the move, then it was spread to the left for Nonu. 10m out and four tacklers - no problem.
Tough try for Argentina to give up, given the hooter had sounded.
Two great surges in the build up there. One from Naholo and one from Dagg. When the ball found Nonu on the wing the Argie defenders both tried to tackle high, and you don't go high on Nonu, he shrugged them off and powered his way to the line.
Carter with another sideline kick.
Judged the curve well that time. Nailed it.
18-6 seems like a pretty fair halftime scoreline. The ABs have been good with moments of brilliance. But the Pumas have proved a hard nut to crack defensively, though have been let down by a few poor defensive kicks.
Several All Blacks have stood out. Dagg has certainly rebounded in fine fashion from last week, as has SBW. Kieran Read's been typically exemplary while Waisake Naholo will be feeling pretty good about his debut so far.
The teams are back on the field and we're close to a resumption.
Sanchez gets us back underway.
Taken by Romano and cleared by Dagg.
Argentina run it back to halfway but the ABs win a penalty after Tuculet it pinged for holding on.
Good tackle and recovery from Williams. Silencing a few knockers this week.
Carter will have a shot at goal, just inside his own half.
The ABs back on attack and just 10m out after finding space down the left.
Great start to the second half and a great counter after Argentina's drop out.
Nicely spread through the hands, nicely set up in the tackle and nicely finished by Piutau.
What a start to the second half from the All Blacks. Every player had hands out in front, every player was looking for the offload, every player had perfect hands. As they swung the ball from right to left the try was once again inevitable. That's the ABs at their best.
Carter with the sideline conversion.
25-6 straight after halftime.