Sam Whitelock praised Ireland in the wake of the All Blacks' 16-9 loss in Dublin this morning.
Speaking after Ireland secured their first ever victory over the All Blacks in front of their own fans, and just their second in history, Whitelock described what it was like to play in the clash. Despite the low score, he says the game would have been great for the fans.
"It was tough," he said.
"We always knew it was going to be a tough Test match.
"People watching it would have seen how dedicated both sides were, there were some big shots put in out there.
"I'm sure the crowd got their money's worth."