- Ireland's Sean O'Brien gives his reaction to the heartbreaking defeat to New Zealand.
- Ireland coach Joe Schmidt says they are bitterly disappointed following the loss to NZ
- George, Brent and Conor give their assessment of New Zealand's last-gasp win over Ireland.
- The studio panel assess where Ireland stand following the November series.
- Paul O'Connell says that Ireland are aware of how good they are capable of being.
- Les Kiss joins Damien O'Meara to review the loss to New Zealand.
- Shane, Hugo and Tony give their reaction to New Zealand's record breaking win over Ireland.
- Joe Schmidt tells Gary Moran that they cannot be accepting of narrow losses.
- Paul O'Connell tells Gary Moran that the win was a testimony to New Zealand's character.
- A gutted Rob Kearney says he was sure Ireland had the win with a minute to go.
- A dejected and sleep-deprived Joe Schmidt reflects on Ireland's defeat to New Zealand on Morning Ireland.
New Zealand's get-out-of-jail victory over Ireland did not just come down to a re-set conversion, according to goal-kicker Aaron Cruden.
Goal-kicker Aaron Cruden admitted a slice of fortune in referee Nigel Owens ordering a retake after he fluffed a first attempt at the winning conversion in stoppage time on Sunday.
Ryan Crotty's last-gasp try levelled the game at 22-22, before Chiefs fly-half Cruden shanked the conversion.
Ireland had started their chase too early though, handing Cruden the immediate reprieve that confirmed New Zealand's 14th-consecutive victory and the perfect season.
Crotty said he expected Ireland to be aware of his stutter kick-approach, which has caught out opponents rushing up early in the past.
But he said New Zealand's victory owed everything to their never-say-die attitude.
"I would say that is the biggest kick of my life yeah" - Aaron Cruden
He said: "I was pretty stoked to get a second opportunity.
"My kicking style didn't change throughout the game so you would have thought they would be aware of my set-up and that little stutter I do to calm myself.
"It was a shame they charged early but for us, it was great to have another chance and see it go over.
"The fact we can produce a comeback like that, it says so much about this team, and the All Blacks' ability to produce when it matters most.
"You can sense runners coming as you line up the kick but you're trying to stay focused on the task. But I was pretty stoked to get a second crack at it.
"I suppose it was a reprieve, I just wanted to stay focused, stay in my rhythm and strike the ball well.
"And I was pretty happy to see the flags go up after I'd kicked it. I would say that is the biggest kick of my life yeah.
"I don't think it comes down to the kick: with 30 seconds to go we were able to get a penalty and launch an attack. We stayed to our gameplan, identify space on the left and get over in the corner.
"There was a lot of work done previous to that that helped get into the history books."