WATCH: 'Disgraceful' - Injured Ireland star furious with decision of TMO to award Beauden Barrett try
New Zealand have shot out of the blocks at the Aviva Stadium and have scored two tries in side the first 15 minutes but the second one was a little dubious.
The All Blacks scored off the kick-off after a sustained period of pressure when Beauden Barrett produced a beautiful cross kick that allowed Malakai Fekitoa.
Ireland responded well with a penalty from Johnny Sexton, who has since been forced off with an injury, but also lost Robbie Henshaw to a head injury.
The All Blacks had a second try through their lightning fast fly-half Barrett but there was a lot of controversy surrounding the grounding of the ball.
Sexton was adamant that he had prevented the try from being scored and replays sugggested that he had a point but the TMO said the ball was 'clearly grounded'.
Jordi Murphy responded to the decision on Twitter by writing ' disgraceful'.
Watch the incident below:
Disgraceful— Jordi Murphy (@Jordimurphy) November 19, 2016
Controversial second try for New Zealand as the referee says he saw the ball grounded, but........... https://t.co/nZLbxBjTQ0— RTÉ Rugby (@RTErugby) November 19, 2016