The All Blacks have beaten the United States 74-6 in front of a sold-out crowd at Chicago's Soldier Field.
New Zealand scored 12 tries in total including seven in the first-half as they quickly put the hosts to the sword.
Midfielder Sonny Bill Williams and replacement wing Julian Savea both bagged a brace of five-pointers, with eight other players also dotting down.
The All Blacks captain for today, Kieran Read, said it was great to play a part in the historic one-off test.
"This is history-making stuff, I guess. It certainly felt it right from the anthem and running out in the early parts in this game. It was outstanding atmosphere. This is an awesome field and great to play in."
The All Blacks face England at Twickenham next weekend.