Glasgow winger Lome Fa'atau was the star performer in the Classic All Blacks match with Leicester at Welford Road.
The powerful wide man scored his side's third try when he sprinted 70 metres to touch down after Tigers hooker George Chuter had stopped All Black legend Carlos Spencer in his tracks inside his own 22.
The Glasgow star did, however, fail with his ambitious attempt at a drop-kicked conversion from in line with the left-hand post.
Fa’atau’s Warriors team-mate Daryl Gibson enjoyed a fine match, too, as he was greeted warmly by the home crowd on his return to his former club.
Gibson's most notable moment in the match came when he put in a thumping tackle on Leicester back Billy Twelvetrees with the Tigers looking poised to score a breakaway try.
The match gave Gibson, a terrific presence alongside Scotland stars Andy Henderson or Graeme Morrison in the Warriors midfield this season, the chance to play in the same team as his cousin, Ospreys scrum-half Justin Marshall.
The Classic All Blacks, who also had the likes of Carl Hayman and Josh Blackie in their ranks, ran out 41-26 winners against a young Tigers side.