The British and Irish Lions have beaten New Zealand - for the first time in nearly a quarter of a century. The Lions beat the All Blacks 24-21 in Wellington, New Zealand's first defeat on home soil in 47 games.
The Taoiseach has congratulated them on their win. In a statement Leo Varadkar said that 'while the job isn't complete, a test victory against the All Blacks on home soil under any circumstances is a considerable achievement.'
Tries from Irish scrum-half Conor Murray and Welsh number-eight Tauluple Faletau helped the Lions draw level before Owen Farell kicked a late winning penalty.
It's New Zealand's first home defeat since South Africa beat them in 2009, and their first against the Lions for 24 years.
Beauden Barrett kicked seven penalties for the All-Blacks, who played for 55-minutes with 14 men after star centre Sonny Bill Williams was sent off for a shoulder-barge on Anthony Watson in the 25th minute.
Williams is the first All Blacks player to be sent off in a Test match since Colin Meads against Scotland 50 years ago, only the third All Black of all-time and first on New Zealand soil.
If the Lions win at Eden Park next Saturday, they'll seal a first series victory over New Zealand since 1971.
Captain Sam Warburton says today counts for little if they don't get the win next week.