Eddie Jones told his players that they should write their own Hollywood movie, but they had a classic Heartbreak story.
England was only a few inches from a famous victory in Twickenham.
Sam Underhill thought he had scored the decisive goal after 76 minutes, but referee Jerome Garces interrupted the joyous celebrations to win the score.
Sam Underhill sat up and looked as if he had won the game for England, but referee Jerome Garces eliminated him
Courtney Lawes was called offside in the run-up to Underhill's second-half attempt when the referee relegated the TMO
New Zealand's Beauden Barrett scores a drop goal at the start of the second second to bring the All Blacks to two points
In the end, the result went to the script. Make the 84 wins in 94 Tests for the All Blacks under Steve Hansen, whose side remains at the top.
The Kiwis are still number 1 despite having been followed for an hour, and Jones & # 39; players will cling hopelessly to defeat.
"Roll up for execution!" Demanded the Kiwi fans before starting at Twickenham Station.
England's Chris Ashton will contest the first attempt of the international match against New Zealand on Saturday afternoon
Ashton, who made his first start in four years for England, dropped by Ben Young's pass in the opening minutes
England's Mark Wilson (left), England's George Kruis (second from left) celebrate Ashton against New Zealand
Ashton celebrates England's first attempt with his teammates in Twickenham in the first five minutes
The beliefs and expectations of the English public have disappeared in recent months, but the players felt different.
The weather conditions were similar to the famous Wellington night last year when the lions defeated the All Blacks. Heavy rain fell on the Haka … Destiny?
The sound of Swing Low drowned out the Kiwi War Dance, and when the English were done, they fell into a pile and let their opponents wait for the kick-off.
They made things their own conditions and it stayed like that for an hour.
In the first half of the friendly, Owen Farrell (second from left) succeeds England with his drop-goal attempt
England's players celebrate after Dylan Hartley tried for the second time in the fall against the All Blacks
Hartley (hidden) came to an end in the first half of the match to extend England's lead in a match against New Zealand
England's Farrell succeeds to make up 15-0 to England in the first half of Saturday's clash on Saturday afternoon
Owen Farrell kicked off and landed on Brodie Retallick. Jonny May gave chase and the Kiwis made the ball in the very first game.
"Take her face," said a handful of Englishmen who were there and did it.
England played with Ben Te & # 39; o, Kyle Sinckler, Maro Itoje and Sam Underhill the black defenders.
Chris Ashton sniffed on the right wing and took a minute 54 seconds on the long pass from Ben Youngs to slip over for the opening attempt.
Twickenham was stunned.
New Zealander Damian McKenzie scores the first attempt of the match towards the end of the first half to reduce the deficit
McKenzie celebrates the first attempt of the All Blacks in the first 40 minutes with his team-mates on Saturday in Twickenham
"Get to Shieldsy!" Cried the Kiwi defenders as they rattled English kiwi flanker Brad Shields early.
England was not unsure.
The rain continued to fall and England played the conditions. Te & oo brought the ball up and England's playmaker drove Damian McKenzie with difficult kicks.
Farrell missed his first substitution, but after ten minutes he got eight points ahead of his drop.
The All Blacks lead the Haka before the clash against Eddie Jones & # 39; England on Saturday afternoon in Twickenham
Sam Whitelock knocked on a lineout under pressure from Shields and England turned their territory into points.
Suddenly the All Blacks looked like mortals.
Ardie Savea was deprived of the tackle, Beauden Barrett was caught offside and Aaron Smith made direct contact.
Underhill walked like an obsessed man, blood pouring down his right cheek, and the scoreboard ticked on and on in favor of England.
Maro Itoje called for a lineout. The mouth crawled sideways, but picked up speed. England's back piled up and Dylan Hartley landed and scored the result 15-0.
Elliot Daly from England will be tackled by Karl Tu & # 39; inukuafe from New Zealand during the close test battle in Twickenham on Saturday
Twickenham had not seen such intensity since the 2015 World Cup. England had never seen anything like it under Eddie Jones.
Sonny Bill Williams left the field due to an injury that seemed like a good omen, but his successor Ryan Crotty immediately made an impression.
New Zealand was determined to score before the break. He started an attack in 23 phases and won a penalty in front of the post.
Their decision to steal instead of three points smelled of arrogance, but Crotty took a hard line before McKenzie cut a line from Barrett's inner shoulder to make the first kiwi try.
New Zealand's McKenzie in action with England's Underhill during the fall international tournament in Twickenham
Barrett threw another penalty before the break, and suddenly his complexion changed under a gray sky.
Jamie George replaced Hartley at half-time, but the kiwis came flying out. Like a fly in a bottle, McKenzie broke the line early, and Savea tapped the line in sight.
Rieko Ioane did not have a pass on his wing, but after Farrell's early lead, Barrett struck his first drop goal in 72 tests.
England's killer edge of the first half left her. In a bold move, Farrell denied the goal for a line-out, but Sinckler knocked on.
Suddenly, England lost five line-ups on the head and the momentum revolved around the hours.
The Brodie Retallick from New Zealand wins the line-out ball during the tough test match that the All Blacks won on Saturday between 16 and 15
Even the simplest statisticians found out that New Zealand has a game win in the last quarter.
In this game they had a total of 141-42 points in the last quarter of the games in 2018. And lo and behold, in the 60th minute Barrett joined his team for the first time in the match.
Jones threw his own "Finisher", but George's lineout-throwing cost his side dearly. England kept fluttering the lines until Underhill had a late break.
The flanker turned Barrett on the head before he cornered, but Garces thought Courtney Lawes was offside when he hit the ball down.
England attacked again, but Henry Slade continued in the final game. And with that came the editor's cut.
England's Brad Shields clashes with New Zealand players during the Twickenham competition on Saturday afternoon