Steve Hansen declared that Ireland are the number one team in the world and favourites for the World Cup after beating the All Blacks.
Kieran Read said New Zealand could not have thrown any more at Ireland, but must learn lessons from their Dublin defeat.
France secured their first win since March, Teddy Thomas helping himself to a double with Gael Fickou impressing on his return.
New Zealand failed to score a try in Dublin, underlining Ireland's remarkable commitment in defence as they defeated the world champions.
For the first time in their history Ireland beat New Zealand on home soil, toppling the world champions with a fine performance in Dublin.
After Saturday's win over Italy, Michael Cheika cannot wait for Australia's clash with England at Twickenham next weekend.
Handre Pollard scored 18 points as South Africa became only the second side in 12 matches to beat Scotland at Murrayfield.
Eddie Jones had urged England to "smash" Japan and he thinks those comments were ringing in the Brave Blossoms' ears at Twickenham.
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Italy were hard done by in Padova on Saturday when Tito Tebaldi's first-half try was ruled out, according to Conor O'Shea.
Japan led 15-10 at half-time, but England scored three tries after the interval to avoid a huge upset at Twickenham.
Tonga showed some fight but Wales ultimately stormed to a 74-24 victory at the Principality Stadium.
Australia warmed up for their trip to Twickenham with a 26-7 victory over Italy, with Marika Koroibete scoring twice for the Wallabies.