The Lions suffered their second defeat on their tour of New Zealand this morning in Dunedin as they were beaten 23-22 by the Highlanders in a pulsating encounter.
In a gripping finale, the Lions missed two penalty attempts in the closing 10 minutes but ultimately lost out to a 74th-minute penalty from Highlanders replacement Marty Banks.
After a slow and sluggish starts from the tourists, they settled into the game well with tries from Sam Warburton, Tommy Seymour and Jonathon Joseph. It wasn't enough however as Warren Gatland's men record their second loss of the tour.
With only 11 days to go until the first test against the All Blacks, there is a lot to work on in the Lions camp. Next up is the Maori All Blacks and the Chiefs before New Zealand on Saturday, June 24th.