15 Hugo Southwell 5
Had the crowd roaring with runs from deep but was caught ball-watching for the visitors' second try.
14 Rory Lamont 4
Struggled to make an impression and always on the back foot before being replaced at half time.
13 Max Evans 5
Early promise but he was battering against a black wall and the game ended early when he was injured.
12 Graeme Morrison 5
Largely anonymous but durable as New Zealand carved paths through the Scottish defence.
11 Sean Lamont 4
Struggled to find a way into the game, confined to constant defence against swarms of black jerseys.
10 Dan Parks 5
It might have been a good day for the stand off in any another match, but he was a bystander as the action swirled around him.
9 Mike Blair (capt) 6
Forced off by injury at the end of the first half having been almost swept away by the All Black tide.
1 Allan Jacobsen 7
Always up with play and willing to put his body on the line but fumbled a simple pass that killed the momentum of a rare Scottish attack.
2 Ross Ford 5
Eclipsed by his All Black opponents and denied any opportunity to influence the run of play in the loose.
3 Euan Murray 5
Trudged off having just about held his own but it was hard shift in a pack that was rarely on the front foot.
4 Richie Gray 6
The Glasgow lock got little change out of opponents who were ruthless at the breakdown and steady in the set piece.
5 Jim Hamilton 5
A thankless task in the boiler room as the visitors piled on the points. Replaced at half time.
6 Kelly Brown 6
Abrasive and combative but generally wrapped up by the dominant All Black pack.
7 John Barclay 7
Tackled everything, scrapped for every ball, but was a sideshow in the All Black command performance.
8 Richie Vernon 5
Introduced to physicality of Test rugby on his first start with a few big hits and little opportunity to show his worth.NEW ZEALAND
15 Mils Muliaina 8
A nicely taken first half try, an even better try in the second.
14 Isaia Toeava 7
An early surge up the wing gave the warning and the second time it happened he offloaded in the tackle for Carter to take the try.
13 Conrad Smith 7
Immovable in defence and a key attacker picking up a late try.
12 Sonny Bill Williams 8
Dangerous running and expert of-loading from the Rugby League convert to show why he is so highly rated. Man of match.
11 Hosea Gear 8
Led the Haka and then went under the posts within ten minutes and added a second try before the half hour.
10 Daniel Carter 8
Smooth running, slick passing, all-round awareness, a deftly taken try, a perfect kicking record: What's not to like?
9 Jimmy Cowan 7
When your team is in total command the scrum half has even more work to do to maintain the pressure and he did that work well.
1 Tony Woodcock 7
Played the full 80 minutes despite being required to break sweat in some pretty fast-paced exchanges.
2 Hikawera Elliot 6
The only uncapped All Black on the pitch before kick off and he didn't disappoint.
3 Owen Franks 7
Held up the forward machine with aplomb until replaced after 50 minutes.
4 Brad Thorn 7
A hugely effective ball carrier until brought off to keep him fresh for the next game.
5 Sam Whitelock 7
An impressive newcomer to the All Black ranks, competing well in lineout and aggressive in rucks.
6 Liam Messam 7
Enjoyed a great battle with Kelly Brown, but because of the visiting backs was on the periphery of the game.
7 Richie McCaw (capt) 7
The skipper led from the front, conceding the early penalty that prevented a whitewash but able to be replaced after 60 minutes knowing the game was well won.
8 Kieran Read 7
Took the captain's armband. A spark of the scrum but the ball was rarely in his hands because of the team's all round efficiency.