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Summary

  1. Full-time: Wales 16-34 New Zealand
  2. Five second-half New Zealand tries put the visitors out of danger.
  3. Wales had been leading going in to the last 10 minutes
  4. Wales' only try was from scrum-half Rhys Webb in second half
  5. Half-time score was 3-3
  6. The last time Wales beat New Zealand was 1953

Live Reporting

By Richard Williams and Dafydd Pritchard

All times stated are UK

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So, the 61-year New Zealand hoodoo over Wales is unbroken.

Wales play South Africa next week with captain Sam Warburton confident of a win to end the series.

That's all from us here for today, but what will the Scrum V TV pundits make of it all? Tune in to BBC Two Wales tomorrow, Sunday 23 November, at 19:00 GMT to find out. And we'll keep you updated with all the news from the Wales and South Africa camps on

bbc.co.uk/scrumv.

Captain's thoughts

Wales skipper Sam Warburton: "If we take the same effort and energy into next week (against South Africa) we'll come away with a win I'm sure.

"The first half there were no tries and it was 3-3. We stopped them playing and you saw All Blacks making uncharacteristic errors.

"But the most important part of a Test match is the last 10 minutes, and that's where we need to improve."

Gatland's reaction

Wales coach Warren Gatland: " I was proud of that display for 69 minutes. But they have a very good attacking game. They had a kick over the top and a good bounce and the cross kicks. They have changed the way they attack, it's not with ball in hand so much now, their kicking game was excellent."

McCaw puts it down to experience

New Zealand captain Richie McCaw: "We've been there before. Even when they were ahead I didn't think we were under the pump and I felt we just had to stick in there. We did that and once we got the try we were on top."

Hansen's pride

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen: "I don't think we wriggled off the hook. When you play against a good team like we've just played you have to go for the full 80 minutes. I'm very very proud of them."

Gareth Roberts

BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

The scoreboard is going to flatter New Zealand. It was a real Test up until the last 10 minutes. Wales coach Warren Gatland cannot have asked more from his players, but the deafening roar from home fans has been transformed into an at times eerie silence in Cardiff where New Zealand rule again.

New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores his second try in the 34-16 win over Wales
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New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores his second try in the 34-16 win over Wales

Jamie's tribute

Wales centre Jamie Roberts: "We knew their attacking kicking game was coming and we contained it well for 70 minutes, but they are a class act.

"I don't want to take anything away from New Zealand, I thought they they deserved to win today."

Phil Bennett

Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

"What a cruel sport rugby can be."

It's all over

Full-time: Wales 16-34 New Zealand

So that's 26 consecutive defeats as the All Blacks produce a storming final quarter to run away with victory.

Wales were leading after 73 minutes, but three tries in fiveminutes emphasised the class of the world champions.

It's all over bar the shouting

Jamie Roberts is named man of the match. But the crowd is silent now as the All Blacks see out time.

Try for New Zealand (Barrett)

Wales 16-34 New Zealand (77 minutes)

The cross kick causes chaos in the Welsh defence again. Colin Slade's pinpoint chip is tapped down by Ben Smith to the supporting Beauden Barrett who claims his second try and New Zealand's fifth. Slade misses the conversion.

Try review for New Zealand

Barrett crosses after Smith's tap down. Was the knock down forward?

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@godmondo tweets: Whatever the score ends up it's been a fantastic Test match. Lets hope for the same next week & great end to the year

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Wales 16-29 New Zealand

Phil Bennett

Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

"Mike will be disappointed with that, but it was slow ball. That's a devastating blow to Wales because they've given so much to this game."

Clinical

Wales have given everything but when the All Blacks sniff a chance they make teams pay. Two tries in three minutes have silenced the crowd.

New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores the first of his two tries against Wales
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New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores the first of his two tries against Wales

Converted try for New Zealand (Read, con Slade)

Wales 16-29 New Zealand (74 minutes)

It's all over now. Mike Phillips' clearance kick is charged down by the All Blacks number eight who picks the ball up and dives over wide on the right. Colin Slade converts from the right hand touchline

Converted try for New Zealand (Barrett, con Slade)

Wales 16-22 New Zealand (70 minutes)

Beauden Barrett has had a mixed afternoon, but makes amends with a clever chip which bounces awkwardly for Leigh Halfpenny and the Kiwi re-gathers to run around behind the posts and score. Slade converts from in front of the sticks.

Penalty for Wales (Halfpenny)

Wales 16-15 New Zealand (68 minutes)

Leigh Halpenny fires over from 40 metres after Richie McCaw is penalised. Wales lead again.

North off

George North is taken off with a cut over his eye, to be replaced by Liam Williams.

Wales 13-15 New Zealand

Phil Bennett

Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

"That's a good try. A lovely cross kick. You can never write this New Zealand team off."

Try for New Zealand (Kaino)

Wales 13-15 New Zealand (63 minutes)

All Blacks hit back. Richie McCaw is held up short after a galloping run down the right. New Zealand recycle and a cross kick finds Conrad Smith who pops the ball back inside to flanker Jerome Kaino who crosses. Beauden Barrett misses a simple conversion.

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Wales 13-10 New Zealand

With Wales leading with less than 20 minutes left, fingernails will be taking a battering at the Millennium Stadium and in living rooms and pubs all over Wales.

@BBCScrumV tweets: Nerves. Shot. To. Bits. #WALvNZL

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Wales changes (62 minutes)

Luke Charteris comes on to replace Jake Ball and win his 50th cap and Justin Tipuric replaces Dan Lydiate in the back row. Scott Baldwin is on at hooker for Richard Hibbard.

Phil Bennett

Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

"Rhys Webb has had a very, very good game. We know we have a competitor extraordinaire coming on in Mike Phillips."

Gareth Roberts

BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

The home crowd really has found its voice now. The belief on the field has fully infiltrated the stands. The last times we had this sort of noise at a Wales game, they put England to the sword - at Wembley in 1999 and in 2013 in Cardiff, though the 2005 Grand Slam game against Ireland should also get a mention.

Change time

Charles Piutau departs the stage as New Zealand re-shuffle their backs. Beauden Barrett drops to full back with Ben Smith moving to the wing and Colin Slade coming on at fly-half.

Mike Phillips comes on at scrum-half to replace a limping Rhys Webb.

It's a cracker

A reminder how dangerous the All Blacks can be. Wales are turned over after an attacking line out and in the blink of an eye Leigh Halfpenny is having to scramble in defence. You can't take your eyes off it.

Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb touches down for his try against New Zealand
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Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb touches down for his try against New Zealand

Garin Jenkins

Former Wales hooker on BBC Radio Wales

"Wales have got the All Blacks rattled and it's fantastic."

Penalty for Wales (Halfpenny)

Wales 13-10 New Zealand

Leigh Halfpenny fires one over from 40 metres after the All Blacks second row Sam Whitelock is penalised. Wales are back in front.

Changes

Another change in the front row for the All Blacks as Owen Franks gives way to Charlie Faumuina at tight-head.

Handbags

This is a cracker now. The All Blacks attack but Aaron Smith loses possession and Wales are awarded a penalty to clear the lines.

A bit of a scuffle breaks out and the crowd really find their voice as the All Blacks are marched back 10 metres.

Wales 10-10 New Zealand

Phil Bennett

Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

"Wonderful response from Wales. New Zealand had taken the initiative but Wales showed character. Rhys Webb has looked very lively. Wales are right back in this game."

Converted try for Wales (Webb, con Halfpenny)

Wales 10-10 New Zealand

Rhys Webb and Taulupe Faletau combine superbly, and the number eight puts the scrum-half over close to the posts. Halfpenny's conversion is simple.

What a response by Wales.

Gareth Roberts

BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

Relief and joy for New Zealand's fans in that try - they've taken the initiative. Can Wales snatch it back? Their reaction in the coming minutes will tell us.

Wales 3-10 New Zealand

Phil Bennett

Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

"Dan Biggar did not have a hope in the world of stopping Julian Savea. Just the start Wales didn't want."

Converted try for New Zealand (Savea, con Barrett)

Wales 3-10 New Zealand

Wales are turned over in their own 22, and the ball is moved swiftly left where the prolific Julian Savea beats the cover defence to score in the corner. Barrett's conversion is a cracker from the touchline. It's Savea's first try against Wales.

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As you may have noticed, former Baywatch and Knight Rider actor David Hasselhoff is at the Millennium Stadium to support Wales.

His presence seems to be giving the Wales fans hope...

@The_Nevster tweets: The Hoff brought down the Berlin Wall. With his support we can also break the All Black defence! #WALvNZL

Substitution

New Zealand have made one change. Joe Moody is on at loose-head for Wyatt Crockett.

Second half is underway

We're off in the second half!