After the fourth week of internationals, it's time to make your vote for player of the weekend.
Beauden Barrett (vs. France)
The World Player of the Year showed once again why he is so crucial to the All Blacks in a fine display against France. Just another day out for Barrett, a cross kick to set up an Israel Dagg try and a breakaway try of his own.
Chris Robshaw (vs. Argentina)
Robshaw had to put in an immense shift with England down to 14 men. His work-rate secured him the man-of-the-match performance. His ball carrying and fierce tackling was crucial as Argentina threatened to fightback.
Josh van der Flier (vs. Australia)
After being drafted in at the last minute when Sean O'Brien was ruled out, he put in a man-of-the-match performance to prove his ability once again. He led the Irish in tackles in defence, beat two Australian defenders in attack and was everywhere.
Ross Ford (vs. Georgia)
After Ryan Wilson, Ford was the biggest forward carrier for Scotland and matched Stuart Hogg by beating five defenders and was part of a pretty solid pack at set piece.
Justin Tipuric (vs. South Africa)
Tipuric put in a man of the match performance, blocking a clearance from Elton Jantjies, carried superbly and rounded off his display with a great try, stepping inside Johan Goosen to score, after bursting onto a Faletau pass.
Sonatane Takulua (vs. Italy)
The Tongan kicker was immense throughout to cause an upset against Conor O'Shea's fancied Italy team. His kicking kept them in the game and showed nerves of steel to seal the win with an injury-time kick.