Knight crushes Bennett's Lions
Phil Bennett's Lions were thwarted on this day in 1977 © Getty Images
Scrum-half Doug Morgan scored all of the Lions' points, with a try, conversion and penalty but Knight's late try and two penalties from fullback Bevan Wilson proved too much for the tourists.
Two tries from fullback Dick McGregor and a penalty from wing Carbine Wallace inspired the All Blacks, who counted the legendary Dave Gallaher among their number at wing forward, to victory.
Tries from flanker Moke Belliss and wingers John Steel and Percival Storey proved decisive for the home side, who were cheered on by a crowd of 25,000.
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