1. Ben Moon - 7
A fine performance from the first-time starter, held up both in the scrum and around the park.
2. Dylan Hartley - 7
Led well before receiving the crook at half-time, proved a more reliable option at set-piece than replacement Jamie George. Lack of real impact around the park likely led to the change at the break.
3. Kyle Sinckler - 8
Aside from a crucial knock-on within a metre of New Zealand's line, a stupendous performance. Physical in the carry, stout in defence and secure at the set-piece.
4. Maro Itoje - 6
Far from his best performance, outplayed in the lineout but reasonable around the field.
5. George Kruis - 6
As with his locking partner, Kruis was outplayed by New Zealand at lineout time but held up his end of the deal on the game line.
6. Brad Shields - 6.5
Best game for England so far. Influential at the breakdown, a presence that was sorely missed during a first-half HIA.
7. Sam Underhill - 9
A hugely physical performance from the Bath man, regular bone-shaking hits. Sumptuous footwork to bamboozle Beauden Barrett for a disallowed try in the last five minutes.
8. Mark Wilson - 8
Impressive for a second week in a row playing out of position at the back of the scrum. Staunch in the tackle, steam engine-like running game and as reliable as ever.
9. Ben Youngs - 6.5
An impressive first-half slightly dimmed by one or two questionable decisions, one of which sent Damien McKenzie through for a clean break.
10. Owen Farrell - 8.5
One kick out of the full sees Farrell miss out on a healthy looking nine today. The Northerner's tackle on All Blacks captain Kieran Read will be a highlight for many. A drop goal in the ninth minute will have had many a fan feeling 2003 nostalgia.
11. Jonny May - 8
A genuine threat on every touch of the ball. May continues to flaunt his solidarity in the air and in defence. Decision making and overall game have come on a long way over the last four years.
12. Ben Te'o - 6
A quiet game from the Auckland-born league convert. Held his own in defence and often operated as a ninth forward, hitting rucks and runners.
13. Henry Slade - 6
Slade's decision to bite in on Ryan Crotty that opened up the gap for McKenzie to score two minutes before half-time mars an otherwise impressive performance. The Exeter centre's kicking game is proving a regular threat, setting up two dangerous opportunities for May and Chris Ashton over the last two weeks.
14. Chris Ashton - 7
A dream return to the starting XV with his second-minute score. One or two errant decisions in defence may cost him a starting role against Australia in a fortnight. Kept busy with positional responsibilities.
15. Elliot Daly - 6.5
A monstrous kick to touch in the first-half garnered exceptional field position for England. A solid performance, unable to impose his attacking game today.
16. Jamie George - 5
17. Alec Hepburn - 7
18. Harry Williams - 6
19. Charlie Ewels 7
20. Courtney Lawes 7
21. Danny Care - 7
22. George Ford - 6
23. Jack Nowell - 6