New Zealand made their expected progress to the semi-finals of the 2013 Rugby League World Cup with this eight-try success over Scotland at Headingley.
The Kiwis held a 26-point lead at the interval and added to their tally with a length of the field effort from man of the match Roger Tuivasa-Sheck who picked off a Kane Linnett kick.
Manu Vatuvei had a try ruled out after Bryson Goodwin was adjudged to have put a foot into touch but soon added his name to the scoresheet when he reached over in the 57th minute.
Scotland, on the back of a superb Danny Brough 40/20, scored when Brough’s long pass set up Linnett to send in Alex Hurst.
The Kiwis had one more score in them when Goodwin collected Kieran Foran’s kick.
Full report and reaction in Monday’s League Express