The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
Hosea Gear and Mils Muliana scored two apiece in a completely dominant display as Dan Carter, Conrad Smith and Andy Ellis also got in on the act.
Parks’ third-minute kick ended up being the Scots’ only score in a one-sided affair in which the 2010 Tri-Nations winners inflicted a record home defeat.
The ruthless Kiwis promptly scored two tries in two minutes as the dynamic convert Sonny Bill Williams released Gear before Carter crashed over.
And the match was effectively over as a contest after a quarter of an hour as the All Blacks ran in their fourth try en route to opening up a 28-3 half-time lead.
Muliana waltzed through to score under the posts before Gear weaved his way through Scotland’s wounded defence as Graham Henry’s side ran riot.
The second-half was a foregone conclusion as the hosts failed to answer their opponents’ power, guile and quality all over the field.
On the day he collected a joint-record 92nd test cap, Muliana collected from a clever Williams pass to score his second before Carter posted his fifth conversion.
It was Carter’s last action as Henry rotated by making six replacements, with Stephen Donald taking over kicking duties to convert Smith’s simple score.
Ellis rounded off the rout as New Zealand began to make it look like child’s play, as referee Dave Pearson called time early after Max Evans left the field on a stretcher.