ESPN's Tom Hamilton believes the Lions will need to improve their discipline if they are to stand a chance in the second Test against the All Blacks. (0:41)
The British & Irish Lions were left to rue poor finishing after world champions New Zealand won a thrilling first Test 30-15 in Auckland.
Sean O'Brien scored one of the great Lions tries, but it ultimately proved in vain. Here is what the respective head coaches and captains had to say following the match.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen
He told Sky Sports: "I thought we won the battle up front in the tight five which was colossal from both sides.
"The Lions played really, really well. The first try they scored should go down as one of the best tries scored in Test rugby. They'll be proud of that and will look to do more of it."
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