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-The Rugby Channel's
-just got one thing to say to you.
-Watson's come close once.
-This time he crosses for the try.
-We are ruthless with our coverage.
-We demand the best
-from the All Blacks...
-..and from the opposition
-coming over here.
-from Sonny Bill Williams.
-The Lions are starting
-to believe against the Crusaders.
-He's telling us he's got something
-up his sleeve other than his arms.
-We'll wait and see.
-The Lions have lost.
-That's normally a sign
-of a man that's a little worried.
-Good feedback from Warren,
-Time after time,
-the Lions can see the try-line.
-A penalty try for the Lions.
-The boys are looking forward to
-the test and to filling that shirt.
-As a player, it's the greatest team
-that we play against.
-For the second time in the game,
-Nowell. What a try for the Lions.
-It'd be great to be the second side
-to win a series in New Zealand.
-It's gonna be a complete disaster
-or a genius stroke.
-Here's Liam Williams at a canter.
-In space. Great from Williams.
-What an off-load.
-Great try but the magic came
-from Liam Williams.
-The platform has been set
-for the First Test.
-The day will come
-when the little ones stand tall.
-The day will come
-when the large ones will fall.
-Finally, Warren Gatland's men
-have the chance...
-..to go head-to-head
-with the All Blacks.
-After the preparation,
-this is the test.
-Jamie Robinson and Gwyn Jones
-will dissect the game later.
-Let's go straight to the game.
-English subtitles are available
-if you want them.
-Our commentary team
-is Dafydd Jones and Wyn Gruffydd.
-It's a new season
-for the All Blacks...
-..and the 12 tries against Samoa
-blew away the cobwebs.
-Straight into the light with the
-speedster Rieko Ioane on his debut.
-Ryan Crotty is an outside-half in a
-centre's shirt alongside Sonny Bill.
-The World Player of the Year,
-Beauden Barrett, at 10.
-The back row is made up of Kieran
-Read, Jerome Kaino and Sam Cane.
-The Crusaders' front row also looks
-competitive on their second outing.
-Headstrong Gatland is finally open
-to instinctive rugby.
-Liam Williams, Elliot Daly
-and Anthony Watson are chosen...
-..after fine attacking displays.
-Murray and Farrell
-and Te'o and Davies pick themselves.
-This pack overcame the power
-of the Crusaders and the Maoris.
-Captaining the side
-is Peter O'Mahony.
-Where's Itoje? The coin dropped
-in favour of Alun Wyn, said Gatland.
-Is the coach starting to soften?
-I doubt it very much.
-On a wet field in winter
-..you need a workhorse,
-not a show pony, up front.
-The Lions respect the tradition
-and accept the challenge.
-The First Test between the Lions
-and the All Blacks.
-The man in the middle,
-from South Africa, Jaco Peyper.
-The greatest challenge in the game
-for any international side...
-..is to beat the All Blacks
-on Eden Park.
-Dafydd Jones, no team has done that
-in the professional age.
-This game has made the hairs
-stand on the back of my neck.
-Goodness me, this is some game.
-This First Test will go a long way
-to deciding the fate of the series.
-The first penalty goes to the Lions.
-The offender is Aaron Smith.
-The intensity of the haka
-might have given the All Blacks...
-..some added edge.
-It's a chance for Owen Farrell
-to kick for position early on.
-not Eddie Jones' first choice...
-..but he's first choice
-for Warren Gatland.
-Welcome home to Auckland
-for Ben Te'o.
-This is where he picked up a rugby
-ball for the first time ever...
-..as a young boy.
-Murray. Back to Farrell.
-He might have expected to see Maro
-Itoje with him in the second row.
-It's wet underfoot,
-the ball is slippery.
-That will suit the Lions
-more than the All Blacks.
-The Lions keep possession.
-Was that a high tackle on Vunipola?
-Play on says the referee.
-Back on the inside to Murray.
-Murray for the line. Almost there.
-Will they score the first try?
-Is it a try?
-Over in the corner. Elliot Daly.
-Less than two minutes on the clock.
-Jaco Peyper isn't sure.
-We'll go to George Ayoub,
-the television match official.
-I don't know
-if the ball was grounded.
-Did he ground the ball?
-He hasn't, no.
-Israel Dagg with some
-heroic work for the All Blacks.
-Jaco, George here. The player
-has gone out. Line-out, in touch.
-Here's Cody Taylor.
-Dan Coles is injured.
-That's why Taylor's starting.
-He's winning his 17th cap.
-The All Blacks,
-back into the Lions' 22 again.
-Sonny Bill Williams gives it a go.
-Here's Sam Cane.
-Great feet from the flanker.
-Barrett calls for it.
-Brody Retallick, the World Player
-of the Year three years ago.
-Ben Smith is held up by Vunipola.
-O'Brien comes through.
-Faletau is penalised.
-We expected this, Dafydd Jones.
-We haven't been disappointed.
-Dear me, the All Blacks
-are going through the phases.
-Everything is simple, Smith
-is in the middle of everything.
-Their build-up play is great.
-The first chance for points
-in this game. Beauden Barrett.
-Prepare yourself for the cheer
-if this one goes over.
-Why wouldn't it go over?
-The All Blacks lead on home soil...
-..on Eden Park where they have
-not lost since 1994.
-New Zealand three,
-the Lions yet to score.
-That's the worry...
-..when the All Blacks get behind
-the Lions' defensive line.
-That was the worry, when the
-All Blacks succeed in doing that.
-When that happens,
-they usually score.
-They're back where they want to be.
-The ninth phase of play
-and they still have possession.
-Farrell with the tackle.
-Alun Wyn Jones is back on his feet.
-A little shaky.
-Down the blind-side again.
-Read this time, the captain.
-The foot came through.
-Sonny Bill Williams uses his weight.
-There's another penalty
-for the All Blacks.
-Kruis was in.
-Kruis was in.
-It's been taken quickly.
-Out to the winger, Dagg.
-Like every good hooker
-in the All Black shirt...
-..Cody Taylor has learnt
-from Dane Coles.
-A try for the hooker.
-Were they going for the posts? No.
-They spread the ball, good hands.
-He picked that one off
-his bootlaces. What a great winger.
-From the touchline. Beauden Barrett.
-It was never in doubt.
-10-0 is the lead.
-Only 20 minutes played.
-Down from Alun Wyn Jones.
-Time for the rolling maul.
-The All Blacks weren't ready
-for Anthony Watson.
-There must be a penalty here.
-Tackling without the ball.
-The Lions were very fortunate there.
-There was no scrum-half
-and the ball was there to be taken.
-Murray was part of that ruck.
-Owen Franks is a frustrated man.
-An easy-looking kick.
-The Lions are on the scoreboard
-to the relief of the supporters.
-There are about 20,000 of them.
-A great kick. Who palmed that down?
-Straight onto the Lions' defence.
-Read this time. He breaks through
-Sean O'Brien's tackle.
-The tight-head prop. Or rather,
-it was Crotty, the centre.
-He's pulled his hamstring.
-More problems for the All Blacks.
-Smith waits. O'Brien tries
-to get his foot to it.
-Barrett is back
-in the fly-half position.
-Murray calls for the mark.
-It's a penalty and it looks likely
-that Ryan Crotty's game is over.
-What a great angle from Kieran Read.
-He was under pressure
-but still managed to off-load.
-We can see Farrell getting back.
-He's had quite a knock there.
-Kieran Read. He's so influential
-for the All Blacks.
-Beauden Barrett to reclaim
-the ten-point advantage.
-Straight down the middle.
-The gap is ten points once more
-as we approach half-time.
-straight from the re-start.
-The All Blacks want to play
-deep in their own half.
-There's plenty of confidence.
-Some accused the All Black players
-of being a bit rusty.
-Kieran Read, the captain,
-broke his thumb seven weeks ago.
-He hasn't played since.
-His final international
-was against France in November.
-Slow ball for the Lions again.
-Watson is after this one.
-Barrett won the contest.
-He's so good in the air.
-He's so good everywhere.
-The All Blacks want to play
-a high tempo game.
-Cruden with the kick behind Watson.
-He leaves it to Liam Williams.
-Lovely. He steps inside Kieran Read.
-A great run from Liam Williams.
-This is what we saw him doing
-The opportunity has been presented
-to him and he's on the front foot.
-Back on the inside
-to Jonathan Davies.
-Back to O'Brien.
-A try that was started
-..but was finished in Leinster.
-A superb try for the Lions.
-Well, Liam Williams, look at this.
-On his own try-line.
-What a break. He looks for support
-but there's none there.
-He goes to ground,
-what an off-load.
-Daly has had a memorable first half.
-Back to Davies and the support.
-What a try for the Lions.
-There's a pub around the corner
-called the Faltering Full-back.
-When the bus passed the pub,
-Liam gave a big, satisfying smile...
-..and thought, "No, not today."
-He's proved it too.
-Kruis. Once again.
-Farrell looks for the break.
-It's on its way to Te'o.
-On his shoulder
-was captain O'Mahony.
-On his shoulder is O'Brien.
-The Lions have picked up the tempo.
-Great building work.
-A minute to go until the break.
-Farrell with the flat pass.
-He wins valuable yards.
-The All Blacks have their hands
-on the ball in the tackle area.
-It's been turned over.
-in these positions.
-Jonathan Davies and Watson
-Faletau knocks it on.
-The All Blacks
-have the advantage again.
-Wave upon wave of attacks.
-A first touch for Rieko Ioane,
-Smith again. Ioane again.
-The All Blacks are so efficient
-in the tackle area.
-They retrieve that ball
-Options on either side.
-Moody this time.
-Retallick lifts his legs.
-On the Lions' 22. The clock is red.
-Is there another score before
-the break? Te'o with the tackle.
-Barrett gets his hand on the ball.
-Peyper says it's been knocked on.
-He's waiting for advantage.
-Let's take a break.
-We're still in the game.
-What a great opening 40 minutes.
-We had everything.
-We've had some great tries.
-A great try for Sean O'Brien to
-bring the Lions back into the game.
-They trail by five points.
-New Zealand 13-08 Lions.
-The try for Sean O'Brien
-..was as good a tonic as bread
-and milk for a weak stomach.
-Yes, indeed, the timing was perfect.
-It was a try
-to really raise the spirits.
-The Lions have the advantage
-of the breeze in the second half.
-It's the first scrum
-of the second half.
-I wasn't expecting
-the All Black scrum to be so solid.
-They are very good technically.
-It's a strong platform for them.
-That's a penalty.
-Te'o came in strongly.
-This was going to be one
-of the big battles of the evening.
-The battle of the rugby league
-..Ben Te'o and Sonny Bill Williams.
-I'm a bit surprised.
-It wasn't dangerous
-and he didn't land on his head.
-It's a strong tackle.
-Once the legs are taken away,
-the referee takes notice.
-I'd like to see that again.
-On the replay,
-the legs don't seem to...
-..well, maybe he is a bit lucky.
-Farrell comes in to help out.
-Two came in to make the tackle
-and it's just a penalty.
-The Lions steal it at the line-out.
-George and Vunipola.
-George looks to have recovered from
-a shoulder knock in the first half.
-Slow ball once again.
-Te'o comes in on the angle.
-This will be the left boot
-of Jonathan Davies.
-He gave that plenty of power
-but it lands in play.
-Every All Black's first instinct is
-to run the ball and counter-attack.
-I wonder if we'll see more
-of Rieko Ioane in the second half.
-He hardly saw the ball
-in the first period.
-Alun Wyn Jones tries
-to keep Sam Cane off the floor.
-Great work by the No.8,
-Liam Williams to Jonathan Davies.
-There are men out wide but Davies
-doesn't need them. Lovely from him.
-Murray back inside
-to Anthony Watson.
-Liam Williams has it again
-and they're within five metres.
-Another wonderful counter-attack
-from the Lions.
-Can they take advantage?
-Just look at how many black shirts
-are back defending.
-This time, it's Te'o who slips.
-He also took the ball back in
-but Peyper waves play on.
-That's the try line
-in the background.
-Farrell is nailed by that tackle.
-Jaco Peyper was waiting
-for an advantage.
-Great contributions by the Welsh.
-Especially Jonathan Davies
-with Liam Williams by his side.
-Jonathan Davies got the pass away
-out of the tackle.
-That's what made it so effective.
-They got behind the defensive line
-with some great work.
-Unfortunately, Ben Te'o slipped
-at the crucial moment.
-That was an improvement
-as they picked up the pace.
-They are now playing
-full of confidence.
-It's the rolling maul.
-They are determined to strike
-at the start of this second half.
-They want to take hold
-of this match.
-This is the clearest sign
-of that aim.
-Owen Farrell's kicking
-hasn't hit the heights today.
-At the front is O'Mahony.
-The charge comes as, surely,
-the All Blacks collapse the maul.
-They've lost the ball
-and it's a turnover.
-How did that happen? Sam Cane.
-They've won it back!
-Great work. Vunipola has it
-and now they need to be careful.
-They also need to be accurate
-Now then, boys.
-Now then, boys.
-This is the moment.
-That went backwards.
-It's back with the All Blacks.
-Smith to Dagg and his right boot.
-Daly has to scamper back.
-Liam Williams has called for it.
-We are familiar with his runs.
-Liam Williams to Watson...
-..the only player with a try
-to his name coming into this match.
-It's been knocked on.
-A great, crucial tackle by Te'o.
-It snuffed out the attack.
-The Lions are up for this.
-They are throwing everything
-at the All Blacks.
-Once again it was Liam Williams
-as Watson came in on the angle.
-They try to lift the tempo
-at every opportunity.
-..and that is really creating
-problems for the All Blacks.
-The Scarlets have seen this kind
-of play by Williams this season.
-It's incredible that Warren Gatland
-and Rob Howley haven't noticed it.
-He is such a natural rugby player.
-He's so aware of the situation.
-This pass to Jonathan Davies,
-who goes on another powerful run.
-It's the pass out of the tackle
-which is so effective.
-The Lions' forwards
-are doing plenty of shouting...
-..to try and confuse the All Blacks.
-They're trying to gain
-any kind of an advantage.
-He got one hand on the ball.
-Itoje and Furlong manage to drag
-Read to the floor between them.
-Savea off his left foot.
-Kruis ties him up in the tackle.
-Another wave of attacks
-as Te'o waits.
-Cruden does well
-but not as well as Faletau.
-Defence is so important.
-Te'o has marked Sonny Bill
-ever so well this evening.
-Read managed to get behind the
-Lions defence for a split second.
-Retallick back inside
-to Sonny Bill Williams.
-Faletau looked like
-he'd won it on the ground.
-Some more good build-up play
-by the All Blacks.
-McGrath got a hand to it
-but couldn't stay on his feet.
-Te'o is up again. Daly!
-Daly with the kick.
-How close was that!
-Perfect timing once again from Te'o.
-What a powerful scrum.
-A mighty scrum from New Zealand.
-We weren't expecting that
-before the game.
-Smith to Dagg,
-a really key player for them.
-Out to Cruden and Rieko Ioane!
-We knew what was coming
-if the All Blacks won the scrum.
-Israel Dagg came in
-off the right wing.
-His key contribution made the try...
-..for the man starting for the
-first time tonight, Rieko Ioane.
-If nothing comes from this,
-we're going back.
-I want to see if No.8 behind
-the scrum knocked the ball on.
-Yes or no, clearly.
-If not, check the grounding please.
-There is doubt.
-I'm checking No.8.
-He hasn't touched it.
-Just look at this pass.
-Oh! What a pass.
-The Lions thought they would
-come back for a scrum or penalty.
-He definitely grounds the ball.
-That is a crucial try.
-Can Beauden Barrett keep up
-his 100% record on the night.
-He's three from three.
-This is from the far touchline.
-Two familiar and experienced steps.
-A superb kick to make the score...
-..New Zealand 20-8 Lions.
-If the Lions are going to win they
-will have to show some ambition.
-That's why Sexton
-has come onto the field.
-The ball has been lost.
-He pumps those legs so powerfully.
-Perenara whips the ball out.
-Great defence from Daly.
-The Lions are defending
-for their lives again.
-One more try and they can
-forget about a victory at Eden Park.
-Perenara has plenty of men
-calling for the ball...
-..their hands primed for the pass.
-Back on the blind side to Savea.
-Itoje makes the tackle with McGrath.
-Cane is tackled by Warburton.
-Immense pressure from New Zealand.
-You can see the try line
-in the background.
-They must keep them out.
-Once again it's Sam Cane.
-He is everywhere.
-There are plenty of men out wide.
-Surely the try must come.
-That was a bit greedy from Cruden.
-The Lions are offside.
-There's an advantage.
-Well done Itoje!
-The All Blacks
-still have an advantage.
-What will be their decision?
-What is Kieran Read thinking?
-There's the answer for you.
-He asks Beauden Barrett
-to kick for goal.
-A first touch for Rhys Webb.
-goes down the middle.
-Ken Owens manages to turn
-and set it back.
-Read claimed it.
-The Lions are going backwards
-as Liam Williams misses it.
-Ioane for the corner!
-He's looking for his second try
-and he's there.
-The game is out of reach.
-New Zealand aren't world champions
-It was a box kick.
-Liam just couldn't control the ball.
-Ioane has pure pace.
-for Liam Williams.
-Reiko Ioane, the quickest man
-on the field of play...
-..has put the game out of reach.
-has five out of five.
-This would add to the torture.
-It scrapes inside the far post
-Is there a plan,
-maybe one move to end this game.
-Another struggle in the scrum.
-Taulupe Faletau had to dig
-that one out in the end.
-Halfpenny was the star man
-out in Australia four years ago.
-Sexton to Farrell.
-Once again, Jaco Peyper
-brings them back for a penalty.
-The All Blacks
-won't mind that at all.
-They will kick for touch.
-Pride means they won't kick it out
-and they'll have a line-out.
-That's the new guidelines
-set out by World Rugby.
-New laws means we have a line-out.
-Still a chance due to the new laws
-even though the hooter has sounded.
-The line-out will be taken.
-It would boost the confidence of
-the Lions if they could score here.
-Surely it will be a rolling maul
-to finish things off.
-His feet are still off the ground.
-He was going backwards
-for a split second.
-Ken Owens has it.
-Webb snipes as Jonathan Davies goes.
-The Lions threaten
-in the dying seconds.
-Warburton is tackled by Retallick.
-Back on the blind side to Webb!
-That's what Rhys Webb gives you.
-He has put a smile
-on the faces of the supporters.
-Rhys Webb has had a great tour
-He's been given his opportunity.
-He is so physical and was aware
-of the blind-side option.
-It's a successful conversion.
-The final whistle is blown.
-There is no doubt that
-this latest group of All Blacks...
-..is more than able to withstand
-this highly competitive side.
-They have beaten the Lions...
-..in the first test in Auckland
-That really was 80 minutes of rugby.
-A real master class
-from the All Blacks.
-Join us for all the analysis
-after the break.
-New Zealand 30-15 Lions.
-The first test didn't disappoint.
-Plenty to discuss with Jamie
-and Gwyn in the studio...
-here's the reaction from Auckland.
-We didn't get the result we wanted.
-The All Blacks were clinical.
-They took their chances.
-We can take a lot out of that game.
-We created a lot but when
-we're playing the World Champions...
-..we must make sure
-we take our chances.
-We have to make sure we turn
-our sights to the next game...
-..and look forward
-to going down to Wellington.
-I thought they played very well
-They did a good job
-stopping our line speed.
-They came really hard off nine
-which got them front foot ball.
-They were aggressive
-at the breakdown.
-We need to learn from that and make
-sure we're better in those areas.
-To their credit,
-they were in the game.
-The score at the end looks like
-it was easy but it wasn't.
-I thought the Lions
-When they can score tries
-like their first one...
-..you're sitting there thinking
-they should do that more often.
-Probably one of the best test tries
-I've ever seen.
-We have to take the positives
-out of that game...
-..and make sure we go down
-to Wellington to win the game...
-..and keep the series alive
-for the Third Test.
-That was the reaction from Auckland.
-Jamie, it was quite an occasion
-and quite a game.
-Yes, what a game, especially
-the intensity in the first half.
-I wondered whether the Lions...
-..could deal with the All Blacks'
-tempo for the whole 80 minutes.
-Unfortunately, they couldn't.
-Gwyn, was the score a fair
-reflection of the match?
-The score at 80 minutes,
-30-8, was more fair.
-The All Blacks were superb.
-Before the game, I thought the
-Lions' pack could strangle them.
-I was surprised how good
-they were up front.
-We might have been conned a bit...
-..by the Saturday matches
-before the first test.
-The Lions had managed to control
-games and dominate the ball.
-It didn't happen today.
-It shouldn't have been a shock.
-We knew before the tour
-..that to beat New Zealand
-you have to score 30 points.
-You have to pick a side
-with players who can score tries...
-..and play in a way
-which creates tries.
-There had been a war of words...
-..between Gatland and Hansen
-in the media.
-As far as coaching,
-ideas and philosophy goes...
-..Steve Hansen has
-thrashed Warren Gatland.
-We saw this most plainly
-in the tactics they used.
-They went back on the blind side.
-Ben Smith goes back to the forwards.
-He's a dangerous runner.
-The Lions expected the defence
-to come up in midfield...
-..into the gaps where the All Blacks
-usually play the ball.
-The All Blacks went back again
-and again to the blind side.
-They used backs running against
-forwards and won the collisions.
-With tempo and phase by phase,
-they controlled the game.
-They didn't go out wide but kept
-going down the blind side.
-They controlled territory and
-the ball and ultimately, the game.
-It was in the collisions...
-..with backs and forwards running
-angles and passing back inside...
-..that the All Blacks
-won the tactical battle.
-They completely dominated the game.
-There was an expectation...
-..that we would see the All Blacks
-playing some champagne rugby.
-We didn't see much of that.
-It was the platform that we have
-just seen that set up the first try.
-The All Blacks must be praised
-for their awareness.
-That and also the confidence
-and self belief.
-In the Northern Hemisphere, every
-team would have taken three points.
-Jamie George was pointing.
-The All Blacks had the confidence
-to go for the try.
-They had skills to pull it off.
-Great skills by Taylor to pick it up
-from his bootlaces to score.
-It's disappointing that the Lions
-didn't react quickly enough.
-However, the All Blacks must be
-praised for going for the try.
-A hooker out on the wing
-is quite a thing.
-The Lions had to strike back,
-that's for sure.
-A Welshman was there to
-make sure that happened.
-Liam Williams was in the side
-to offer something different.
-His 'X' factor worked for the Lions.
-They were behind at this point but
-this is what this lad can do.
-We see him do it for the Scarlets...
-..but he hasn't been a Welsh No.15
-despite us all wanting to see it.
-Elliot Daly was another key pick.
-Jonathan Davies was always involved.
-Steve Hansen said it was one
-of the best tries he had ever seen.
-The Lions showed that they
-can run the ball and can create.
-They haven't been encouraged
-to do this in the warm-up games.
-Is this the best team
-to play an open game?
-Can this team counter-attack
-and play with some tempo?
-We only saw that
-for five minutes in each half.
-We hadn't seen it before this game.
-Steve Hansen said that everyone
-wants to see more of it.
-Maybe then the Lions
-would have done better today.
-We shall see if they will experiment
-in the second test.
-There was definitely
-a turning point in the game.
-Gwyn mentioned their power
-in the scrum.
-We saw that today and
-that released the flying Ioane.
-The Lions would have hoped
-to dominate the scrum.
-Here we see the Lions smashed and
-then great skills from Kieran Read.
-We know what the New Zealand backs
-can do when given the opportunity.
-They had played a narrow game.
-Rieko Ioane was playing
-with Julian Savea not even picked.
-This lad is very quick.
-The Lions had been warned
-when he scored for the Blues.
-He didn't have his best game
-for the Maori but he is fast.
-The Lions' wingers are nowhere
-near him. That says it all.
-Jamie mentioned the skills.
-There were examples
-throughout the 80 minutes...
-..showing the difference between
-the Lions and the All Blacks.
-They are skilful
-from one to fifteen.
-Beauden Barrett here
-in the opening minutes.
-He is so versatile and comfortable.
-This is amazing from this position.
-He hasn't played for six weeks.
-Four games in a year and he can
-offload to Smith whilst falling.
-Here Cane steals the ball
-so easily from Kruis.
-It's such a contrast.
-Alun Wyn drops the ball here.
-Here's Kruis once again.
-Every All Black is so comfortable
-playing this game.
-They are comfortable in open play
-even when isolated.
-They trust their own skills
-and those of their teammates.
-The Lions looked out of their depth.
-You don't learn skills
-in four weeks.
-You don't learn skills as an adult.
-You learn skills as a child.
-We saw the New Zealand U20s
-emulating the senior side.
-It's part of their culture,
-the way they play.
-It's a lesson to everyone else.
-In New Zealand, they learn
-these skills from birth.
-We've talked about Liam Williams'
-Other Welshmen were prominent,
-especially Jonathan Davies.
-He had a great game
-right from the off.
-He is back to his best.
-Here he is
-at the start of the match.
-We know about his pace but he makes
-correct decisions at the right time.
-He was excellent defensively.
-A great hand-off on Codie Taylor.
-He was always in support.
-Liam Williams also had a good game.
-Faletau was a bit quiet
-but worked hard defensively.
-We have already talked about
-Liam Williams' contribution.
-He was picked to create
-something from nothing.
-The coaching team would have liked
-to see Rhys Webb on a bit earlier.
-He can change a game and plays
-differently to Conor Murray.
-We shall see if he's picked next
-week but they won't change much.
-Jamie doesn't think
-there will be changes.
-What about you, Gwyn?
-They lost this match but do they try
-the same tactics with this team?
-Should there be changes?
-What's the point
-trying the same thing again?
-The All Blacks
-will improve after this match.
-I think they have to make changes.
-They have to score 30 points.
-I don't think
-you're going to do that.
-Ben Te'o played well. He carries
-strongly, a big lad in midfield.
-However, the Lions
-were stronger out wide today.
-Jonathan Davies and the wingers.
-They don't get the ball if you pick
-a centre who doesn't pass.
-I would prefer a side
-who can play the ball.
-They haven't tried ten and twelve
-That's what England and Scotland do.
-Pick a fly half and centre
-who pass the ball.
-I think that when Sexton came on he
-didn't combine well with Farrell.
-I like those two but you then need
-a player to get over the gain line.
-Ben Te'o is the only one
-who can do that.
-He's done that today
-and he did it well.
-But they scored 30 points.
-Why do it again?
-We have to score 30 points.
-Ben Te'o is strong
-but if he plays with Farrell...
-coming down the middle.
-If that's what you want,
-they'll do it all day.
-The All Blacks will be delighted.
-I'm like a referee and I'm blowing
-my whistle on you two.
-We'll chat a bit more later.
-Whilst Jonathan Davies
-and Ken Owens...
-..were training for this match
-and sweating pints tackling...
-..their fathers have been
-to some local vineyards.
-thanks for everything you've done...
-..and for coming to New Zealand
-to support me.
-To say thank you, I've sorted out
-some wine tasting for you.
-I hope you have a good time,
-don't drink too much.
-Great, fair play.
-Thanks for your support over the
-years. I hope you have a good day.
-A bottle for you
-and a bottle for me.
-These wines were all grown here,
-they are our reserve rate.
-I have a spittoon just in case
-you want to spit it out.
-That would be sacrilege.
-We're so proud.
-It was a hard job to settle in.
-We're proud of whatever he's done
-over the years.
-You feel exactly the same.
-The same for me. It's fantastic.
-It's the pinnacle for any rugby
-player playing in Great Britain.
-This is a lovely blended wine.
-This is a lovely blended wine.
-I could drink this all day.
-They've made sacrifices...
-..and now they're getting
-their rewards for what they've done.
-Three weeks ago he was a doubt
-with a foot injury.
-To be captain of a Lions team
-was a strange feeling.
-Great honour, boy, great.
-Cherry and a lovely bit
-of dark chocolate.
-Ken's been knocked back
-so many times with injury.
-He starts building again from there.
-That makes a player even stronger
-when he can come through it.
-He's worked hard
-and he deserves everything he gets.
-Jonathan is the same as Ken.
-He was good at everything.
-I was looking for something
-he wasn't good at.
-I wanted to win against him.
-white pepper, black pepper.
-Like the style of the British
-Lions on Saturday.
-Soft, subtle but hard-hitting.
-So this one here...
-So this one here...
-Thank you. This is my favourite.
-To Jonathan and Ken.
-This has been a good experience.
-It's not over yet...
-..because there's three
-or four bottles still to drink.
-Thank you very much, boys,
-for giving us a good day out.
-Thank you very much.
-I have a feeling that they might
-have enjoyed themselves!
-Before we go,
-your thoughts on the second test.
-Will there be changes?
-In the back line,
-I would change the half backs.
-Farrell didn't have his best game.
-Sexton and Webb
-offer more offensively.
-Conor Murray must rest his right
-foot after all those box kicks!
-I would play Sexton and Farrell.
-I would make a lot of changes
-in the pack.
-I would play Sinckler, Itoje, Lawes,
-Warburton for O'Mahony.
-More than anything,
-they have to change their mind-set.
-They have to be adventurous
-and score come tries.
-I don't think it will
-make any difference.
-The All Blacks will improve.
-We shall see if Gatland
-will agree with Gwyn.
-Before than at 10.00pm on Tuesday...
-..we have highlights of the match
-against the Hurricanes.
-The All Blacks are celebrating
-but the series isn't over just yet.
-There are two more tests
-to get some revenge....
-..but we know
-it's going to be quite a challenge.
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