Eighteen in a row: How the All Blacks did it

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by Beth Newman

The All Blacks have finally broken the Tier One record for successive wins. So how they did they get this far?

The All BLakcs have held the Bledisleo since 2003. Photo: Getty Images

All Blacks vs Argentina. Photo: Getty Images

All BLacks vs Namibia. Photo: Getty Images

All lacks vs Georgia. Photo: Getty IMagea

All Blacks vs Tonga. Photo: Getty Images

All Blacks vs France. Photo: Getty Images

The forwards will play out a pivotal battle. Photo: Getty Images

Michael Hooper has moved on from the World Cup. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

All Blacks skipper Kieran Read scored a match-sealing try. Photo: Getty Images

The All Blacks have taken out their series over Wales. Photo: Getty Images

The All Blacks have taken a cleansweep over Wales. Photo: Getty Images

The Wallabies have more work to do. Photo: Getty Images

The All BLacks were rattled to start. Photo: Getty Images

Ben Smith had a double. Photo: Getty Images

Ardie Savea scored a try against the Springboks. Photo: Getty Images

18. The All Blacks stormed home to beat the Wallabies 37-10 and claim the world record.

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