Lock Scott Barrett could miss the start of the World Cup after becoming only the fourth New Zealand global to be sent off during a test match in the 47-26 Rugby Championship loss to Australia in Perth.
Lock Scott Barrett's dismissal for a risky tackle just before halftime undoubtedly had a big impact on the contest but the Wallabies were well worth their first win over the world champions since 2017.
The home side's try-scoring was kick-started by winger Reece Hodge as he benefited from the vision and handling of the returning James O'Connor.
Asked to reflect on the performance, which came after underwhelming efforts against Argentina and South Africa and which resulted in the All Blacks losing their No1 World Rugby ranking (to Wales) for the first time since 2009, Hansen returned to his side's poor discipline, missed tackles and a lack of ball security.
The new selection panel must take some credit for the turnaround, with director of rugby Scott Johnson and dual global Michael O'Connor joining coach Michael Cheika.
"We are just building our belief", centre Kerevi said.
"First of all, have a look at ourselves in the mirror to see what we can do better", he said.
"[But] we got to 39 minutes and it was 13-12 and we were still in the game so..."
The pressure has been put on the All Blacks for both the Bledisloe Cup and the Rugby World Cup.
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Before that second Test Cheika made sweeping changes including benching star flanker David Pocock and starting mercurial five-eighth Quade Cooper.
"There's selectors as well now so we'll go into that meeting and go through what we're thinking".
The Wallabies arrived in Perth off the back of a victory over Los Pumas and started with real vigour, dominating the possession and roaring into a 10-point advantage after Christian Lealiifano had opened their account off the tee.
"They've been working hard so it was a nice little reward for them".
"Right across the board, you're trying to look at how can I do my job better than I did it last week cause obviously I didn't do it that well because we turned up and didn't play well".
Cheika didn't want to single anyone out for praise.
"But the All Blacks don't really do terminal decline ... there is no particularly daunting or unachievable task on it and a record loss one week can easily be a record win the next".
"There were different things happening all the time so you need the combination of players to be there".
"I like to play the game tough so disappointed for a player to get (sent) off for that", he said.