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11. Julian Savea
A quick mention for Marland Yarde, whose try was scored after brushing off the tackle of Richie McCaw, no less.
Yarde was busy all night in Dunedin and his work was largely polished. He has much more to come to reach the level of Julian Savea, however.
Again, he scored against England, and again, he gave a masterclass is doing all the simple things well, appearing in space, and finishing brilliantly. Hard to think of a better wing in the world at the moment.
14. Bryan Habana
The arch finisher was at it again in Durban with two classic scores.
Habana was fast enough to latch on to Willie Le Roux’s dainty chip and had the skill and composure to ground the ball before he went hurtling over the dead ball line.
His second was made again by Le Roux who gave him the space to sneak up the touchline and execute another neat dot down.