The All Blacks have thrashed USA 104-14 in their Test match this morning.
A depleted USA side was no match for the three-time world champions as they were missing key players.
The winning margin eclipsed the 74-6 triumph over the US in Chicago in 2014.
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New Zealand ran in 16 tries to two with Will Jordan getting a hat-trick.
Luke Jacobson and Angus Ta’avao each score a double while there were also tries from Ethan de Groot, Damian McKenzie, Richie Mo’unga, Quinn Tupaea, Dalton Papalii, Anton Lienert-Brown,
Beauden Barrett, Dane Coles and TJ Perenara.
By halftime, the All Blacks had posted nine tries to lead 59-7 as their speed, accuracy and power proved too difficult for the US players to contain.