New Zealand have had an explosive start at the Aviva Stadium, scoring two tries in the first 15 minutes, with the second one very contentious.
The The All Blacks scored within three minutes after a sustained period of pressure from the kick-off when Beauden Barrett kicked across the field for Malakai Fekitoa to touch down.
Ireland got a penalty back from Johnny Sexton, but the All Blacks had a second try with the lightning fast fly-half Barrett streaming through Ireland's defence but there was a lot of controversy surrounding the grounding of the ball.
Sexton was adamant that he had prevented the try from being scored and replays suggested that he had a point but the TMO said the ball was "clearly grounded".
Many on Twitter very much disagreed with the TMO.
Ah bollix! Please TMO! #IREvNZL— stagparty.ie (@stagpartyie) November 19, 2016
Don't ask the TMO ANYTHING!!!! #IREvNZL— Philip Gleeson (@BuachaillDana2) November 19, 2016
He got that one right but it still doesn't make up for his earlier decision #IREvNZL— Gemma (@96Gems) November 19, 2016
Some were comparing him to Stevie Wonder, except without the sublime singing ability.
Jordi Murphy called the decision "disgraceful" on Twitter.
Disgraceful— Jordi Murphy (@Jordimurphy) November 19, 2016