Wallabies coach Michael Cheika fired shots at the match officials after the narrow 35-29 loss to the All Blacks on Saturday, singling out a lack of punishment for New Zealand lock Brodie Retallick for a perceived risky tackle.
Genia reclaimed the lead in the 66th with a try that put the Wallabies ahead 22-21.
With him went the last flicker of hope for the Wallabies faithful.
"We still believe that we're growing into the team that we want to be", Beale said.
"We came here to win, we had confidence we were going to win and we didn't get that". We should have won that game.
Local media see the second Bledisloe Cup Test at Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium as a foregone conclusion.
The Wallabies scored four tries in a spirited final quarter in Sydney after the damage had already been done and they came out firing a week later following a delayed kick-off and a minute's silence for All Blacks great Colin Meads, who lost his battle with cancer last weekend.
New Zealand, though, were able to win the ball from the restart and an offload from Kieran Read allowed TJ Perenara to put through Barrett, who ran to the line unchallenged to cap a dramatic encounter.
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Downcast Australian fans, who are concerned about the dramatic decline of their side, need only to look to the All Blacks of 2007 to realise the tide will eventually turn, assistant Wallabies coach Mick Byrne said on Tuesday.
Of course, no New Zealand is ever out of the game and they roared back into contention with two tries late in the half and could have easily been in the lead if not for a minor indiscretion from Crotty and a dropped pill from Ben Smith.
Ten minutes later Michael Hooper broke from a lineout against a non-existent defence and with Foley adding the conversion the Wallabies were up 12-0.
"I've really liked his attitude towards the game", Cheika said.
New Zealand's scrum gave them a huge advantage in the middle stages of the game but the hosts made too many handling errors to fully capitalize. Soon after though, they were sprung, as Aaron Smith snuck through from the base of a scrum to bridge the gap to three points at the half.
Foley failed to convert for a second time, his effort striking the post, after referee Nigel Owens checked with the TMO that Genia had not knocked on. "You're in the best possible position you can be in and you've just got to get out there and do what you do".
Beauden Barrett crashes over for the first of his two tries.