All Blacks has put on the highest score of the Rugby World Cup and shut out Canada to ease to a 63-0 victory at the Oita Stadium.
They opened the scoring on five minutes when referee Romain Poite awarded a penalty try following a series of reset scrums following New Zealand dominance.
All three Barrett brothers – Jordie, Beauden and Scott – scored tries as the All Blacks totted up four before halftime and added another five in the second period.
Coach Steve Hansen said the game was an important marker of New Zealand's progress as they chase an unprecedented third straight world title.
Fulltime: All Blacks 63 Canada 0.
While France scored three late tries for a 33-9 bonus point victory over the USA.