Hansen bows out on a high
New Zealand have claimed third spot at the Rugby World Cup by defeating Wales 40-17 in Tokyo.
Respective coaches Steve Hansen and Warren Gatland will now step down after this appetizer for tomorrow's final, which saw the All Blacks run in six tries in a comfortable win over the Welsh.
Winger Ben Smith touched down twice, with prop Joe Moody, full-back Beauden Barrett, centre Ryan Crotty and fly-half Richie Mo'unga also on the mark.
Mo'unga kicked five conversions for New Zealand.
Full-back Hallam Amos and winger Josh Adams scored the tries for the Welsh.