The Wallabies appear to have come to terms with the officiating incident that has dominated headlines for the past week where Mathieu Raynal controversially penalised Bernard Foley for taking too long to kick a penalty into touch.
The resultant free-kick allowed New Zealand possession back which they promptly used to their advantage as Jordie Barrett dove over for a last-minute winning try.
The team, however, appears to have moved on from the incident and will instead be using it as extra motivation for the final match of their 2022 Rugby Championship campaign.
Speaking on Tuesday, Jake Gordon insisted that the team needed to focus on the task ahead.
“We need to channel that frustration,” he said.
“It’s pretty clear that we’re all bitterly disappointed for how the result finished. We’ve got to channel it in the right way.
“We really need to control what we can there. It doesn’t really matter that (Raynal is) going to be a touchy. If we play well for the 80 minutes, I’m sure we’ll get a good result.”
The Wallabies will need to beat the All Blacks with a bonus-point and hope that Argentina beats South Africa if they are to seal the Rugby Championship title.