All Blacks coach Steve Hansen hailed match-winner Ardie Savea, after his last-gasp try sealed a 32-30 win over South Africa in Pretoria this morning.
Down 30-13 midway through the second half of this morning's clash, the All Blacks managed a colossal fightback, winning 32-30 with the last kick of the match to end the Rugby Championship on a high.
Savea, 24, came off the bench late in the match, scoring the final try to level scores, before Richie Mo'unga added the extras to earn a famous win.
Speaking to media after the match, coach Hansen heralded Savea's impact off the bench.
"This season, he's really made a mark," he said.
"He's starting to believe that he could be a Test player of real quality too.
"He got two great turnovers near the end, and obviously scored a try, but he had to go a long way into the game - more than we wanted him to.
"You've just got to be pleased with him."