The All Blacks are beaten, but not broken by last night's 36-34 loss to South Africa in Wellington, with coach Steve Hansen urging his troops to learn from the defeat.
Despite coming off back-to-back losses to both Argentina and Australia, South Africa stunned the All Blacks at Westpac Stadium, claiming their first win on Kiwi soil since 2009.
Addressing media this morning though, Hansen gave an update on the mentality within the All Blacks' camp.
"They've got sore hearts," he said.
"They're still hurting. Hopefully they hurt for a while, (it) puts them in a good place."
"There are some good lessons to be learnt, we've got to make sure we learn them."