Best Rory speaks: "We're pretty happy," said the captain of Ireland. "It was a great game, we knew we had to go and attack them. In order to stop New Zealand, scoring an application is a great achievement. Boys are very tired there but there are & # 39 ; n amazing that it can make to give you some energy. "
Ireland's players are not in any hurry to leave the field: And those who do not support it at Lansdowne Road. They make a lap of honor, while some present pictures with journalists in the press and others for identity with different members of the crowd. There's a great night for Irish rugby.
Match report: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand
Robert Kitson at the Guardian Aviva Stadium saw Ireland giving New Zealand to the sword in Dublin for the first time in rugby history. Here's how a historical night was seen developing.
CJ Stander speaking: "It was horrible," he said, in an accent that I can not do it quite. Is he from Cork? Or perhaps one of the Kerry Standers? It's hard to say. "But you can not tire this noise behind you. We said we were going to work in this series in November for the Six Nations and the World Cup."
Full time: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand
It's all over. Ireland is hitting Black Black and a huge roaming raises around the Aviva Stadium. Some Irish players celebrate, while more falls on the turf following a huge effort, a hero. New Zealand holds their number 1 status in the world, but before the next World Cup in Japan, Ireland has thrown a big mark.
80 + 1 minute: Irish counterfeit, as New Zealand launched a heroic effort. There is a rotation and it's all over! Ireland beat All Blacks for the second time in their history only and the first time in Dublin! NEW BEAT IRELAND ZEALAND !!!
80 min: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand New Zealand is still trying to get the ball out of their own half. Beaudon Barrett feeds Ben Smith, who makes ground in the middle of Ireland. For Irish 22 they go and enter the red domain that the clock goes.
79 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand On the half way line with Ireland in possession and only one minute to go.
77 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand It's like a game of outbreak of Game of Thrones, as the body calculates. New Zealand bends as just as they can, but they can not get the ball out of their own half.
77 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand New Zealand talks about three meters of his goal for the Jacob Stockdale golf. Johnny Sexton has been through the wars and looks boring and transported. He goes away and is replaced by Joey Carberry.
75 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand Come in to Ireland on the New Zealand 10-yard line. Henderson claims the ball is clean and Ireland is getting ahead.
75 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand Poor play from Ireland, losing another line and allowing New Zealand out of prison.
74 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand New Zealand in their own possession, which is the right place for Ireland to get. They play the ball completely, Kieran Read discharges him and Ireland earns possession courtesy of Johnny Sexton. This is an incredible and free Play of Black Black. Ireland runs out on the New Zealand five yards line with six minutes to go.
72 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand Jacob Stockdale goes away from his man and ties on the left boundary before kicking the ball behind him. Wayne Barnes gives a free kick to New Zealand for reasons that are not quite clear. The home crowd is not really proud and as a result.
70 minutes: Ireland 16-9 New Zealand Ireland loses a half-way line inside New Zealand, with Sam Whitelock stealing the ball. Unbelievably later, CJ Stander wins back to the army and ensures that the referee, Wayne Barnes, knows everything about it.
Penalty Ireland 16-9 New Zealand (Barrett 69)
It was a difficult kick, but Barrett is doing it. It's a one-score game with just over 10 minutes to go.
67 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand "Advantage, penalty … tackle high," said Wayne Barnes, placing free play for New Zealand for high Johnny Sexton taxis on TJ Perenara. They do not get any advantage and win a penalty. After consulting Beaudon Barrett, Kieran Read decides to go for the three points – it's a difficult kick.
66 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Rob Kearney breaks up injury and is replaced by Jordan Larmour.
65 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand: Rory Best and Tadhg Furlong make room for Sean Cronin and Andrew Porter. Ireland leads 10 points, but the game is on the edge of a knife.
63 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Ireland is severely extended but still survives as Stockdale and John Henderson isolates Ofa Tuungafasi. Peter O 'Mahony and Rory Gorau impose the penalty promptly, with the first injured in the process. O & Mahony comes in a huge round of approval. It's been tremendous today. Johnny Sexton is shoes to the line halfway to win some break in Ireland. Jordi Murphy replaces O & Mahony.
62 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand More deputies for both sides. John Henderson replaces Devin Toner in the second Irish row. Anton Lienert-Brown for New Zealand.
61 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand New Zealand on the 10-meter Irish line, extending the defense of Ireland. They capture the back with an advantage in numbers, but Peter O Mahony assumes possession for the home side. Emergency conflicts for now …
59 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Ireland also exchanges the layers. Kieran Marmion comes off and Luke McGrath replaces him. He puts the ball to his name Jac, who goes on the fee in the middle field.
57 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand TJ Perenara replaces Aaron Smith as a result of New Zealand. Beaudon Barrett has moved back, while Richie Mo's has taken over in Half the Black.
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56 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Wayne Barnes puts a penalty to tackle Kearney in New Zealand, but does not issue a card of any color. Kearney may be marked after the game. Richie Mo's comes up to New Zealand and hitting it straight away.
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56 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Rob Kearney is injured after midfielder Rieko Ioane. It could be in trouble here.
54 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Kearney wins a high ball during the summer, establishing stars whose team strikes with some force. Ringrose's ticket disappears well and New Zealand clears their lines briefly. Ireland gets themselves back in possession of New Zealand 22.
53 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand The opportunity turns to Ireland and New Zealand to make the land back. Cian Healy has made a way for Jack McGrath in the front row of Ireland.
50 minutes: Ireland 16-6 New Zealand Brodie Retallic takes his eye away from the ball and abuse, allowing Ringrose to kick off behind Earls to pursue. Beauden Barrett collects but is put out of play. Ireland has a deep line in New Zealand territory on the five-meter line. New ropes are on these ropes.
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RELATED TRY! Ireland 16-6 New Zealand (Stockdale 48)
Jacob Stockdale gets the offer to Ireland, catching his own chips kick down the left wing after winning the foot race against Aaron Smith. He was moving straight away from the training ground and was taken to Stockdale before reaching the line, but he managed to end.
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47 minutes: Ireland 9-6 New Zealand New Zealand in advance towards the Irish 22 with Arde Savea the carrier. Ireland wins a penalty and New Zealand replaces its front row: Dane Coles, Ofa Tuungafasi and Laulala's Nepo are coming to Karl Tuinukuafe, Codie Taylor and Owen Franks.
44 minutes: Ireland 9-6 New Zealand Jacob Stockdale tries to break the ball over Kieran Read, but New Zealand No. 8 is fighting his effort before hitting it. New Zealand was clean there, if reading discussions had been better. "We are working on that space [between the two packs before the bind], "Wayne Barnes said before the New Zealand square." "We do not make the conversation a problem in this game, please."
44 minutes: Ireland 9-6 New Zealand Kieran's bad pass Read Barrett's buddy buddy in trouble and was collected on the first shore by Rob Kearney, who is moving on to New Zealand territory.
41 minutes: Ireland 9-6 New Zealand Ireland looks at the half way line. Kieran Marmion with the insert. The ball worked the line, where Peter O Mahony joins. Go to New Zealand on the 10 meter line.
Second Half: Ireland 9-6 New Zealand
Ireland starts the second half, with no further changes in personnel on either side.
Watch Barnes: Common media shows that referee Wayne Barnes comes in for free criticism for refusing not to punish All Black for that penalty on penalty advantage in their own 22 minutes before half time. They have been warned about their future behavior, but there should be up to 14 men.
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Half time: Ireland 9-6 New Zealand
It's half times for Ireland, which is sailed back to its dressed room with a three point quick guide.
Penalty Ireland 9-6 New Zealand (Sexton 39)
New Zealand has consented nine Penalties to date in this half and for the third time in three attempts, Johnny Sexton scored under the posts. Ireland is leading in Dublin and their opponents look very vulnerable. The clock goes into the red while Ireland is placed in the scum.
38 minutes: Ireland 6-6 New Zealand Benefit to Ireland, then a second in New Zealand is punished for an offside. Wayne Barnes puts up the clock after consulting with Sexton and Kieran Read warns that her team is putting too many penalties and someone will soon go to the bin. Penalty for Ireland under the jobs. Rory Johnny Sexton's best orders to take the three points instead of kicking for the corner again.
37 minutes: Ireland 6-6 New Zealand Ireland has the assault and New Zealand rocks and disappears under pressure. They survive, but Ireland punishes and Johnny Sexton starts at the corner instead of taking the three points up.
35 minutes: Ireland 6-6 New Zealand Ireland wins the scroll deep in the opposition territory for the New Zealand square. This is up-to-date, with both sets in front breaks in each other in the analysis. A break plays with a couple of New Zealand players, Kieran Read among them, receiving attention.
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34 minutes: Ireland 6-6 New Zealand No quarter is stopped or given by either team as Ireland passes through the times as they try to find a way through the defense of New Zealand.
31 minutes: Ireland 6-6 New Zealand Aaron Smith's box is stuck bravely by Jacob Stockdale and Ireland is moving on to New Zealand half. They are over by the left boundary, on New Zealand 22.
31 minutes: Ireland 6-6 New Zealand Ireland on the assault, but New Zealand cleanses them with Arde Savea making the donkey work after CJ Stander goes to the floor. New Zealand replacement: Liam Squire away with injury, Scott Barrett on.
Drop the goal! Ireland 6-6 New Zealand (Barrett 30)
Advantage of a penalty to New Zealand, which may go to waste (depending on your position) when Beaudon Barrett chooses to drop his second goal in so many weeks. Laughter alone, without any doubt being aware of public criticism about his obvious lack of kicking enthusiasm. Its level ties in the Aviva in a very tight game.
Penalty Ireland 6-3 New Zealand (Sexton 28)
Sexton shares the jobs to give Irish leadership. Ryan Crotty, who was handed in to stop Rob Kearney to hold the ball completely from the left left chips of Sexton.