New Zealand winger Cory Jane has claimed that England were too preoccupied on their summer holidays to avoid a series whitewash in Hamilton this morning.
Unlike the first two Tests, the All Blacks eased to victory over Stuart Lancaster's side today by registering a 36-13 thrashing to seal a three-nil series win.
Steve Hansen's New Zealand picked up 29 points of their final haul throughout a ruthless first-half showing, and Jane feels that his English counterparts were already on holidays during the costly 40-minute period.
"I guess they fell into the trap we have in the last couple of years when it comes to the end of our season - you've got one eye on your break," he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News.
"In the first half maybe they were looking at a few weeks off because it had been a long season. We took advantage of that."