Retallick burrowing away now. The ball pops out to Nonu, not Whitelock. They are 20m out.
Kerr-Barlow tries to release it but the Wallabies won't let him. Penalty All Blacks. If Barrett knocks this over it will be a 15 point lead, which means three big ones from the Aussies.
Barrett nails the penalty. ABs lead 41-26.
70 MINS - ALL BLACKS 41 WALLABIES 26
Great break from the All Blacks and it looked like Messam was sure to score after a great break from Ben Smith. But he was tackled well from Hooper and Cooper and conceded a penalty in the process for not releasing the ball.
Seven minutes to go and the Wallabies have a lineout 40m out.
The All Blacks empty the bench. Luatua on for Messam and Taylor on for Ben Smith.
If the All Blacks win here, and it looks like they will, it will extend their unbeaten run against Australia to seven games dating back to the 25-20 defeat at Suncorp Stadium in August 2011. Australia have won only two and drawn one of the last 20.
Cane stole the ball but did so illegally. Wallabies penalty.
Wallabies with the lineout, spin it to Cooper who tries the miracle pass over the top to Folau. It's a tad heavy though and shoots out into touch. There's no coming back now.
Less than five to go and the All Blacks have a scrum on 5m out from their own line.
Kerr-Barlow clears into touch. The All Blacks are eating up the clock now.
This time Cooper puts up a huge bomb. Folau claims, hands off to Kuridrani who touches down. Is it a try?
We are going upstairs but it looked good to me.
Cooper converts. ABs lead 41-33 with three minutes to go.
Two minutes to go. The Wallabies have possession deep in their half.
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The full time siren goes. But the ABs are having one last crack.
Ball turned over, Wallabies having a go now.
Wallabies knock-on, Savea picks it up. This game is never going to end.
Turned over again. Now it's the Wallabies. What a thrilling finish.
The hits are as big now as they were in the opening minutes. Thrilling finish... and some sore bodies
Stolen again. Now it's the All Blacks.
Finally it's over. Crowd loves it, players are out of breath. What a game.
Kieran Read: "It was great. I think both teams wanted to continue playing. Awesome to playing in a stadium like this."
Read: "We love playing here (in Dunedin). You get games like this."
Read on Cane: "He was massive and stepped in seamlessly. He's a grat cog in the wheel."
James Horwill: "We are bitterly disappointed with the result. We didn't come here to lose but proud of the effort."