The five moments that cost Ireland victory over the All Blacks today
We look at the pivotal moments in the second half of Ireland's momentous 22-24 defeat to the All Blacks which cost Ireland a first ever win over New Zealand.
(1) Devin Toner concedes a soft penalty (Ireland 22 New Zealand 10, 51 minutes)
After a huge defensive effort from Ireland in the opening 10 minutes of the second and a brilliant turnover from Conor Murray who ripped the ball from Israel Dagg Ireland conceded a soft penalty.
Tommy Bowe gave the ball Sexton to clear but Toner was penalised for blocking Wyatt Crockett's attempt to charge down Sexton's kick.
They were the opening points of the second half and were avoidable from an Irish perspective.
(2) The introduction of Ben Franks and his try (Ireland 22 New Zealand 17, 64 minutes)
The teak-tough front row was much more effective in the loose after his introduction and his opportunist try was the catalyst for the All Black comeback.
He spotted a weakness in Ireland's defence at the side of the ruck and barrelled over with 16 minutes remaining.
(3) Jonathan Sexton's missed penalty (Ireland 22 New Zealand 17, 72 minutes)
Ireland had recovered their composure admirably after the Franks try and beautiful constructed rolling maul that was collapsed by the Kiwis five metres short of their tryline earned a penalty for Sexton.
Sexton pushed his effort to the left of the posts and Ireland had missed the chance to go eight points clear which would have meant that a converted try wouldn't have been enough for the All Blacks.
(4) Ireland concede a penalty with 20 seconds remaining (Ireland 22, New Zealand 17, 79:40)
After Ian Madigan had secured Aaron Crudden's attempt at a chip and chase, Ireland were going through the phases and recycling possession to wind down the clock but Declan Fitzpatrick was blown for going off his feet.
(5) Ryan Crotty goes over for the winning try in injury time and Crudden converts at the second attempt (Ireland 22, New Zealand 24, Full Time)
New Zealand build from inside their own 10 metre line in injury time showing incredible poise and control.
A brilliant pass from Crudden and an amazing offload from Dane Coles allowed Ryan Crotty to cross the line to level matter.
Crudden missed the first conversion but Ireland had began their charge too early and Nigel Owens allowed him to take it again and the flyhalf made no mistake at the second time of asking.