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All Blacks 40 - 17 Wales
Match wrap is here.
A good send off for the lads leaving the side here, Crotty, Ben Smith, Read, Todd, SBW and Steve Hansen. Their time is done in the black jersey.
80min - The All Blacks look to go the length of the field, but a knock on from Ioane ends that and it's all over.
76min - TRY - All Blacks, from the scrum, Weber goes left and Mo'unga scores. Kick is wide. All Blacks 40 - 17 Wales.
74min - Forced in goal from Wales, Mo'unga makes the break and then a chip and chase to force the 5m scrum.
72min - Scrum penalty won by the All Blacks, Mo'unga will kick for touch.
70min - Kick in behind from Wales, maybe the wrong option, the kick goes dead and the All Blacks take the scrum.
68min - Now it's Wales who win the penalty and they clear to touch.
67min - Wales win the turnover and clear to Ioane.
66min - Another penalty and the All Blacks kick for touch again.
64min - Penalty won by the All Blacks at the breakdown, great work from Cane and Coltman.
62min - Jordie Barrett knocks the ball on after a loose pass from Read.
59min - TRY - Wales, great reward from the Welsh, they score through Josh Adams who scores his seventh for the tournament. Kick is good. All Blacks 35 - 17 Wales.
57min - Crotty coming off the park now for the final time, what a player! SBW is off too, great icon in NZ sport.
55min - Wales have the ball now in a really good spot, SBW puts in a big shot.
53min - Wales gather the ball after a mistake from NZ, they will clear through Davies.
50min - Mistake from Wales, a kick outside the 22 is out on the full. All Blacks lineout.
48min - The All Blacks shift the ball left and SBW makes an offload destined for Ioane, but it goes forward to Ben Smith who scores, no try is the call.
46min - After a small attack from Wales, Aaron Smith clears it's gathered by the All Blacks and they win a penalty. Mo'unga kicks it into touch.
45min - Sam Cane is absolutely everywhere on defence! 14 tackles already, no misses.
42min - TRY - All Blacks, lovely from the Kiwis, SBW gets between two defenders and finds an offload to Crotty who scores, it's an All Blacks leavers party. Kick is good. All Blacks 35 - 10 Wales.
41min - Perfect kick in behind from Mo'unga and Wales have a lineout deep in their half.
41min - Back underway for the second half!
41min - TRY - All Blacks, Aaron Smith throws a lovely cut out pass to Ben Smith who fends Tomas Williams in the face, get off me he says, Smith has a double. Kick is good. All Blacks 28 - 10 Wales.
40min - Illegal move from Owens there and the All Blacks win another penalty, they kick for touch, lineout on the 22.
37min - Turnover won at the breakdown, great work from Wales, they kick to the corner.
36min - Josh Adams with some magic to keep the ball in play, he then clears. All Blacks lineout.
35min - Superb work from Coltman, he wins the penalty.
33min - TRY - All Blacks, counter ruck from Sonny Bill, and Ben Smith gets the ball and beats five defenders to score - he had no right to score that! Well done Bender. Kick is good. All Blacks 21 - 10 Wales.
32min - A nice little move from the lineout and Coltman makes a dart down the edge but Ioane loses the ball.
31min - Good hit back from NZ, they now win the penalty at scrum time.
30min - Wales make a mess of the scrum, and the All Blacks win a scrum feed.
29min - Penalty won off the scrum for Wales, they will kick to touch here.
29min - Beauden takes a lovely catch, and slices down the left hand side, Mo'unga drops the pass from Barrett, Wales scrum.
26min - Another penalty won by Wales, this time, they take the three. It's good. All Blacks 14 - 10 Wales, Dane Coles has left the field limping, replaced by Liam Coltman.
24min - No advantage is the call and Wales win the penalty, they will kick for touch.
23min - Retallick goes close to scoring another for the All Blacks before a knock on falls to Wales, they clear through Patchell.
19min - TRY - Wales, great patience from Wales, they go 13 phases then they spin it left, Ben Smith is beaten for pace and Hallam Amos goes through untouched, kick is good. All Blacks 14 - 7 Wales.
17min - Wales dive over but it's held up, penalty is called for an All Black offside.
15min - Scott Barrett is pinged for a penalty and Wales will kick to the corner.
13min - TRY - All Blacks, Coles makes a nice gain with a powerful run before Beauden Barrett gets the pop pass from Smith and slices through to score. Kick is good. All Blacks 14 - 0 Wales.
12min - Smith darts down the left side off the scrum and tries to find Ioane with a kick but Wales clear through Williams.
11min - After a massive kick from Wales there is a double knock on, scrum, All Blacks feed.
9min - Wales go very close to scoring through Josh Adams, Barrett does well to gather the ball, Smith clears.
8min - Forward pass from the All Blacks and Wales has a scrum feed.
5min - TRY - All Blacks, great work from three forwards, Read, Retallick and Moody link with nice offloads and it's Moody who goes over for the first try. Kick is good. All Blacks 7 - 0 Wales.
3min - Penalty won by the All Blacks, they will kick for the points. It hits the post.
2min - Adams makes a break and finds himself 20 metres out, but Cane is there to make the tackle and win the turnover... if only that was there last week early.
1min - Kickoff here at Tokyo Stadium.
Read lead the Haka in his final test in black, kickoff up next.
10pm - Haka now, Wales are standing well back.
9:57pm - Wales is up now, Alun Wyn Jones is lining up for his 143rd cap, second all-time behind Richie McCaw.
9:55pm - NZ national anthem is up first, the last time for some of these lads!
9:52pm - Both sides are ready and waiting in the tunnell.
Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's live coverage of the All Blacks v Wales from Tokyo Stadium.
TAB Odds: All Blacks $ 1.05 Wales $8.60
All Blacks: 15. Beauden Barrett, 14. Ben Smith, 13. Ryan Crotty, 12. Sonny Bill Williams, 11. Rieko Ioane, 10. Richie Mo'unga, 9. Aaron Smith, 8. Kieran Read (c), 7. Sam Cane, 6. Shannon Frizell, 5. Scott Barrett, 4. Brodie Retallick, 3. Nepo Laulala, 2. Dane Coles, 1. Joe Moody
Reserves: 16. Liam Coltman, 17. Atu Moli, 18. Angus Ta'avao, 19. Patrick Tuipulotu, 20. Matt Todd, 21. Brad Weber, 22. Anton Lienert-Brown, 23. Jordie Barrett
Wales: 15. Hallam Amos, 14. Owen Lane, 13. Jonathan Davies, 12. Owen Watkin, 11. Josh Adams, 10. Rhys Patchell, 9. Tomos Williams, 8. Ross Moriarty, 7. James Davies, 6. Justin Tipuric, 5. Alun Wyn Jones (c), 4. Adam Beard, 3. Dillon Lewis, 2. Ken Owens, 1. Nicky Smith
Reserves: 16. Elliot Dee, 17. Rhys Carre, 18. Wyn Jones, 19. Jake Ball, 20. Aaron Shingler, 21. Gareth Davies, 22. Dan Biggar, 23. Hadleigh Parkes
Pre-game chat: Emotional All Blacks show it's okay to cry after semi-final exit
There has been plenty of emotion running through the All Blacks' camp this week following their exit from the Rugby World Cup.
A 19-7 loss to England in the semi-finals was New Zealand's first loss at a World Cup since 2007, ending their quest for a Webb Ellis Cup trifecta.
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Halfback Aaron Smith said there were lots of tears in the dressing room afterwards, which was "like a funeral", and even coach Steve Hansen was struggling to hold back the tears as he reflected on the crushing defeat.
Hooker Dane Coles also broke down in a media conference, while playmaker Richie Mo'unga described the loss as the "toughest" during his short rugby career.
Speaking to The AM Show on Friday, Newshub rugby correspondent John Day said it is great to see the All Blacks showing their true emotions, and showing not only New Zealand but the world that it's okay to cry.
"Every day there has been a different All Black saying they've cried or have cried," Day said from Japan.
"While it's not nice seeing them cry, it's great knowing it's okay to be an All Black and cry and show the nation if you're sad... it's a good release for your system."
On Thursday, Hansen spoke about the importance of speaking out if you are struggling mentally after a tough week in camp with the All Blacks.
"It is a massive problem in New Zealand," he said. "Our biggest problem is that we don't give those people that are struggling, permission to say they're struggling.
"They think they have to hide it. As a result, it bottles up, bottles up and bottles up and then it's like a volcano; when it gets too hot, it blows.
"Our job as parents, as work colleagues, is to support people. First of all, you've got to know they need the support and, to know that, you've got to know your people.
"And then you've got to allow them to be vulnerable. And it takes a lot to be vulnerable. So giving them permission, I think, is the key. And then letting them just be vulnerable.
"It's no different in sport, families or work; we've got to do it better than we're doing."
However The AM Show host Mark Richardson has different views.
The AM Show was asking viewers how often they cried, and Richardson unleashed with how the public has reacted to the All Blacks' defeat.
"Just on this, and the motivation for this and the All Blacks, and the drama, and the tears ... just get over yourselves, honestly. All you've done is lost a semi-final in the Rugby World Cup against a bloody good side, in England," he said.
"This is not a national tragedy. Yes you're going to be disappointed if you're one of the players. And yes, I know how it feels, you'll shed a tear but for God's sake we don't need to hear about it."
The All Blacks will face Wales on Friday night in the playoff for third, in what will be Hansen's last match in charge and Kieran Read's last as captain.