Cruden knocks it over and the All Blacks regain the three points they lost a minute ago.
Four minutes to play in the first half and Cane is making good progress into the Wallabies half.
Super rugby from the All Blacks. Another cracker of a try. They went from left to right, through the backline, to Cruden to Dagg to Messam and then back to Cruden. It was slick, quick and the Wallabies simply couldn't live with it.
Cruden adds the penalty. All Blacks lead 30-12.
Into the last minute of the first half now. Wallabies making one last late surge.
Adam Ashley-Cooper finishes off a lightning quick recycled ball from Genia and Cooper. Just what they needed before the break.
All Blacks may have fallen asleep for a second there.
Cooper's kicking tonight has been exceptional. He converts the try and the Wallabies go into the break trailing 30-19.
Halftime: ALL BLACKS 30 WALLABIES 19
What a half of footie. The Wallabies haven't actually been too bad, but the All Blacks have been brilliant. They have scored two of the finest tries you are likely to see this year and have just been super clinical up front and super stubborn in defence. But the Wallabies are hanging in there. Quade Cooper hasn't missed a kick, or a put a foot wrong, and the try before halftime will give them hope. They only trail by 11 and are still very much in this. Don't go anywhere.
Sam Cane has been blistering in that opening spell. The Aussies haven't been able to contain him, could be one of his best performances in the black shirt.
The Wallabies are going old school - half time oranges out on the field
Kudos to the punter who bet 5k that the All Blacks would be leading at halftime by between 8-14 points. He is now 15k richer.
Dunedin is the city of firsts - first stadium with a roof, first university in NZ, first nude rugby international. And the first time the ABs ever performed Kapa O Pango, in 2005.
We are back underway now and the All Blacks are putting the Wallabies under early pressure.
Nonu stabs a clever kick in behind, Folau is back to recover and gets tackled into touch. ABs lineout from 5m.
Cruden disappoints with a sloppy pass and the Wallabies have a chance to regroup. But then they are penalised for not releasing and the ABs will have another pop at goal.
Cruden slots the penalty from right infront. ABs lead 33-19.
Nonu and Folau trade kicks and it ends in the hands of Cruden.
This time Nonu, Cooper than Dagg return kicks and Folau runs the ball back.
ABs gain possession but it's all a bit slow. Smith kicks now, it's all a bit messy.
The Wallabies are back in this game. Matt Toomua is the man to touch down, but it was a Kuridrani intercept from a Savea pass that did the damage.