All Blacks' head coach Steve Hansen will take charge of his 100th test match as New Zealand's head coach this weekend in the second Bledisloe Cup of the year.
Hansen took over from former head coach Graham Henry at the end of the 2011 Rugby World Cup and has gone on to win the Rugby Championship six times, retain the Bledisloe Cup every year since and retained the Rugby World Cup.
Under Hansen, the All Blacks are also yet to lose their #1 World Ranking.
Ahead of his 100th test match as head coach, we take a look at some of the numbers from his tenure as head coach, which will come to an end after the Rugby World Cup.
87 – New Zealand have triumphed in 86 of their 99 Tests under Steve Hansen, posting a win ratio of 87 per cent.
441 - In those 99 test matches, Hansen’s men have scored 441 tries at an average of 4.45 per game and conceded only 152.
1 - Australia are the only side to register more than two victories over the All Blacks under Steve Hansen.
43 - New Zealand has won 43 of their 50 matches in the Rugby Championship and still boast a 100 per cent record against Argentina in that time, having won all 15 of their contests.
86 - Sam Whitelock and Aaron Smith have earned the joint highest tally of test caps under Hansen's tenure as All Blacks coach earning 86 test caps each.
6 – Kieran Read is one of only six men to have served as Hansen’s captain, having done so on 43 occasions. Richie McCaw was skipper for 44 of Hansen’s matches, while Sam Whitelock Sam Cane, Ben Smith and Luke Whitelock also captaining the side.
4 - The All Blacks have drawn 4 times under Steve Hansen with two of those draws coming against South Africa, 1 against the British and Irish Lions and finally one against Australia in 2012.
9 - Steve Hansen has tasted defeat just 9 times during his tenure with Australia (thrice), Ireland (twice), South Africa (twice), England and the British and Irish Lions all picking up victories.