England coach Eddie Jones hopes England "get some love from the game" in the future after Sam Underhill's potential match-winning try was ruled out late in at 16-15 defeat by New Zealand.
Courtney Lawes ruled offside in the build-up.
"Sometimes the game loves you and sometimes it does not," said Jones.
"It always balances out." We'll get some love from the game further down the track. "
Last week's 12-11 win over South Africa, when Owen Farrell's last-minute tackle on Andre Esterhuizen was ruled legitimate.
New Zealand coach Steven Hansen referee Jerome Garces, who sent off Sonny Bill Williams in the All Blacks' second test defeat by the British and Irish Lions in 2017, showed courage to make the correct call.
"There was no doubt he's offside," he said of Lawes. "He's just in the scrum-half's back pocket.
"What they were going to be brave enough to make the right decision?
"England got a lucky break last week probably, I know they could not get two in a row."
Bath flanker Underhill said: "I was not watching the screen." When it came brought back it was what it was but it's those small margins. "
Former England hooker Brian Moore said during commentary: "That was the referees' interpretation and England have to live with it."
Jones takes heart from performance
Despite defeat, Jones believes the result will be for the World Cup in 2019 where his team would meet the All Blacks in the semi-finals should both win their respective Pools and last-eight encounters.
"We had a team of 400 caps and they had a team of 800 caps," said Jones.
"The next time we play them, it might be a different story." Whenever we play we will feel like we have a game to take to them.
"We needed a slump to reignite ourselves and we've done that.
"We've got Mako and Billy Vunipola and Nathan Hughes all the way back into contention."
|England v the All Blacks|
|England have lost the last six meetings since their 38-21 win over New Zealand in December 2012|
|England have only won seven of the 41 meetings overall, drawing one and losing 33|
'A proper open-side flanker'?
Jones picked out the team's lack of a "proper open-side flanker" World Cup.
He says that he is well stocked in the position.
"I thought he was absolutely outstanding today," said Jones.
Tom Curry [who will miss the rest of the autumn internationals with an ankle injury] competing at seven, which is fantastic for us. "
|England's autumn internationals|
|3 November||Beat South Africa 12-11|
|10 November||Lost to New Zealand 16-15|