All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says winger Nehe Milner-Skudder is fine, despite leaving the field with a jaw problem in last night's game of three halves in Christchurch.
Speaking to media after the match, Hansen said there were no injury concerns to his squad.
"It was good, it was everything we wanted," he said.
"We obviously didn't come out to play too many of our structures and patterns. We just wanted to give people a run and we got plenty of people on the park, and got the rugby into them."
Milner-Skudder, 27, was helped from the field last night, after an apparent knock to his in a tackle.
He scored a try in the hit out ahead of the first Bledisloe Cup Test next weekend.