They may have enjoyed a few beers after their record breaking victory in Sydney on Saturday, but a ruthless All Blacks are vowing there will be no mercy for the Wallabies in the fourth and final Bledisloe Cup test this weekend.
While Australia are still licking their wounds, the visitors have quickly turned their attention to the Tri-Nations, as they look to secure one final trophy in 2020.
"We're happy to put the Bledisloe away on the weekend and now we're quickly changing our focus for this week and the games ahead," says lock Scott Barrett.
After Monday's gym session, the All Blacks coaching staff got the fine tooth comb out during a thorough video review, and it'll come as no surprise that the 20 minutes after half time was identified as the key area to improve.
"Although we scored a few points, there's always learnings from a test," says hooker Codie Taylor.
"That's the great thing about this group, we've taken them on and looking forward to having another crack this week."
That spells bad news for the Wallabies, who are still licking their wounds, after their 43-5 drubbing.
"We're hurting," says Tate McDermott. "You know all of us are hurting. We let so many people down."
Clearly Saturday's loss still weighs heavy on Australia's shoulders, and there's little sympathy from their opposition.
"Potentially, as a human after the game when you're having a beer with them, you might feel for them a wee bit but," Barrett admits.
"But this is high performance sport, at the end of the day."
It means there are very different goals heading into Saturday's final test.
"I think it's more about making amends rather, than putting it as in it's going to be big in the scheme of things," says McDermott.
"We've got a Tri Nations championship that we're a part of and we can now really focus on that," says All Black coach Ian Foster.
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