Meanwhile, in Murrayfield, Scotland has just blocked 54 points on Fiji …
How did Owen Farrell …
It looked a lot like last week, we have been in the game since minute 1 at 80. There were always mistakes in this game (due to the conditions), proud of the way we stopped there, but just like last week, if we can be a little more clinical, this will do the difference.
On Underhill 'trial' …
I thought it was, but I would probably do it. This is rugby. These decisions can go with you and against you.
Because they did not go for a drop goal in the last minutes with possession in the half NZ …
We started looking for it but as soon as we could we could not keep it. We want to take care of the ball and pull the trigger on our terms.
And what does it mean to look forward …
I feel that we are growing all the time, we do not want everything to go smoothly because we want to reach the peak in 2019. Obviously, we want to win now, but now we can use it. We played well, but we are pushing some of the best teams and we want to be the best.
Kieran Read spoke …
A great relief, it was the hell of a test match. Really impressed by the efforts of the boys.
It's one of those (the Underhill not allowed trial) when it comes down to the wire, and that's what you want. Exciting game.
We have confidence in this team, it's a match of 23 men. Our bench came and our strikers really got up in the 80 minutes. Really proud of my boys.
To emphasize the positive of England performance, this is the fewest number of points that New Zealand scored from the 15 against the Lions in the third test, 22 games ago.
Full time! England 15-16 New Zealand
Another match at one point and this time England is on the wrong side of the score, and perhaps the referee's decision. The decision of the TMO on the Underhill trial will be analyzed microscopically in the days to come, but what a performance from the hosts in limiting New Zealand to only 16 points. The All Blacks were fantastic in the 10-15 minutes of the first half and England was reproached for those 10 points sent at the end of the first 40 minutes. Their throw-in, however, disappeared in the second period, with dominant Brodie Retallick and making some key steals. A brilliant game of rugby. Reaction to follow.
79 min: England remains central. Farrell moves backwards ready for the fall attempt but, oh no, a free passage from Lawes to Slade and flies off the field.
78 min: Brilliant inside Ford pass May free set but runs into traffic on 22.
77 min: Nice catch by Daly and running to collect Barrett's kick and has Farrell in support. England flows forward through Ewels and Underhill and they are just over half.
75 minutes: England denied! From nothing. Absolutely nothing. Lawes charges Perenara's free-kick halfway and the ball turns to Underhill, which has a clear line down on the left line. Barrett did well to return, but was canceled by the number 7 (which is getting Man of the Match at this rate) and pushed over the line. But Garces controlled with TMO and Lawes was always slightly offside. So, so tight.
74 minutes: Good melee and the ball went to Slade. The center was under pressure from Perenara and Scott Barrett, but took a big step in before emptying. Small class move.
With a pause in play while Garces gives a talk to the captains on the melee, here's another from Zac Priestley, a long, long distance: "They are currently 700 miles southeast of the Falkland Islands … Satellite Internet then thanks for the updates! I would have no idea what's going on in other essays! 20 minutes last push !! Resume those points in England !! "
71 min: Kieran Read had an unusually messy game. The captain of New Zealand drops the ball as he pauses on the 22nd. George Ford is running for you, or, so Farrell moves to the center.
70 minutes: But if England's comeback was solid in the first half, it was scrappy in the second and Retallick steals. The NZ then counterattack with Ben Smith who turns off the right flank and tourists arrive until 22.
69 minutes: Farrell again with that crossfield shot towards the left wing of Ioane has Nowell running. The New Zealand wing was a bit messy in managing what gave England a throw-in. Expect NO 10 to try it at least one other time.
67 min: Other substitutions. For England, Ashton is out and Jack Nowell and Charlie Ewels is in action for Kruis. The NZ emptied their bench with Mat Todd for Ardie Savea.
Final series of emails as all this is getting a little tight …
"I'm a Kiwi currently in Colorado, it's raining a lot in New Zealand, but these conditions match the style of England's game." Hard, compact, terrifying, rugby test " Chris Adams writes.
Just shout from Steve Leighton: "Here in Monterrey, Mexico, there's no way to look at rugby, not even Roja Directa, I got my fifteen year training session with a new U17 team for our state, but no rugby to watch. The world rugby should at least put these games on Youtube a month later … but no … I really do not understand why the world is hungry for rugby videos. "
Gillian Hynard: "We're on holiday in India, it's all cricket here, so we're reading it on our phones."
And a common wave a Tim Mackew: "We're on holiday in India, it's all cricket, so we're reading it on our phones too."
65 minutes: England has some territory with Farrell who puts a good kick over Ioane and Ashton's head on the charge. It bounces off the game and New Zealand takes a quick throw.
63 min: Even Richie Mo, unga, author of 22 points against Japan, is in the field for McKenzie. Lawes has now replaced Shields permanently. It is going to be a great success.
62 min: After an exchange of kicks, McKenzie was then on the shoulder of Read and launched in midfield, overtaking Underhill, overtaking George and leaving Daly on the bridge. But just as he was looking for support, there is Farrell who brings All Black No 15 to 22. Big things. Danny Care replaced Youngs and TJ Perenara arrived for Aaron Smith.
61 min: McKenzie halfway with the men outside tried a bit of water, but he threw off Farrell's boot and backed off. the fullback managed to clean up things and then Barrett sent a great kick into English territory.
"Do not hit guys with mullets. After all, they are just kids without mullets who have decided to wear a mullet. "Difficult not to be in agreement with John Nugent.
Penalty! England 15-16 New Zealand (Barrett, 60 min)
He looked embarrassing, he almost mistreated him, but the ball passed places and New Zealand took the lead for the first time.
58 min: England's offspring, Farrell and Ioane exchange a few chosen words, Barrett points out the seats. To the left of the field, just outside the 22nd.
57 minutes: But an excellent job at the breakdown, wins the business lap and Youngs is able to get rid of a box-kick. Still at 22, mind. Williams and Hepburn on for Moon and Sinckler as everything is on the front row for both teams.
57 minutes: George with a truly terrible alignment throws the ball into New Zealand and England is in trouble.
56 min: Barrett's excellent kick, from right to left, the ball returns to England 22. Ofa You unapuffed replaces Karl Tu inukuafe in the first row of All Black.
55 minutes: A delay in the launch, however, means that New Zealand recovers the ball with Barrett who pumps a kick into their shoulders three. Daly responds with his up and down and then Retallick's data to restart the New Zealand charge.
54 minutes: Oh dear, Damian McKenzie. Good ball from the bottom of the scrum and then from his 22, when Barrett passes him again, puts him on the pitch. Remittance for England. I think George in Itoje.
51 min: Scott Barrett replaced Liam Squire at number 6. One trot less.
More emails from all over the world …
"Look at Ningbo, China, I had a special trip just to find a bar to see it.
I started playing my students in rugby, talking about this game for the whole week. I will be Eng 41-31 NZ, " writes Tim d & # 39; Arvillas.
Will West clarified something, even if not 100% sure is math (sorry, too busy to check properly): "I am also stuck in a budget hotel on a ring road in West Plains, Missouri, hanging on every word of the Guardian like no rugby is here.
"So it is with due respect that I defy the statistic 'significant' before the restart of 5 minutes on one side and another half of the time, and 5 from the end is a period of 15 minutes, that (if my mathematics are certainly trembling) it makes 18.75% of the game, so 20% of the attempts in these periods is not so wild …
"That said, NZ often seems to punish teams right after the break, so let's see what happens here!"
And Jeannie Jones in Hoi An: "Thanks for a big comment: I am a kiwi currently on holiday in Vietnam, unable to find a television coverage of the game – very grateful for your updates!"
50 minutes: Itoje grabs another side throw from a slightly higher shot. Thye maul does not work this way Young throws a dummy, rolls his body around the plator and gets to a meter. But Itoje gets rid of the next possession is left by Sinckler.
49 minutes: Itoje is George's man and they try another maul but no one resists. Sinckler has an attempt but is denied. The All Blacks suffered a penalty, though. Farrell still goes for the touch and a throw-in on the 5-meter line.
48 min: Ioane was isolated defending a long kick forward. The pursuit of England was excellent and Ashton and Te & o have swallowed him, winning the penalty. The hosts take the lineout, 5 m.
Drop goal! England 15-13 New Zealand (Barrett, 46 min)
Garces held his hand in the air for a penalty, but Smith returned it to Barrett, who had him passing through the posts from the edge of 22. His first goal of international fall.