Rugby Championship victors New Zealand created a staggering fightback to beat South Africa 32-30 in Pretoria.
The All Blacks, who lost 36-34 to the Spingboks a month ago, had anchored their 6th title a week ago however trailed 30-13 halfway during that time half.
Be that as it may, attempts in the end a short ways from Scott Barrett and Ardie Savea drew the guests level.
Richie Mo’unga fixed an exceptional triumph with the change, the last kick of the match.
After his group originated from a 17-point shortage for the second time in the match, All Blacks skipper Kieran Read stated: “You must have conviction where it counts that you can back. The two groups were extraordinary and over the two recreations we are part even on the scoreboard.”
Partner Siya Kolisi saw his South African side waste a 12-point advantage in the last four minutes and conceded: “We let it go toward the end, they were more caution than us.
“It was great now and again, we should gain from this and return and take a gander at we have to do next time. In any case, I’m glad for the manner in which the group is developing.”
The All Blacks presently take off on visit, starting against Japan in Tokyo on 3 November, before they confront England at Twickenham on 10 November.