Challenging time for the Aussies, but they will bounce back, says World Rugby chairman.
UK media is surprised at selection of Owen Farrell and Johnny Sexton to meet the All Blacks.
We do like each other, honest, say rival coaches Steve Hansen and Warren Gatland ahead of post-match drink.
Two days out, Steve Hansen is expected rain and a fired up Lions.
Israel Dagg says Ben Smith has made the right decision, as "it's only rugby''.
Star midfielder Ben Te'o moves to the bench as the Lions pick two playmakers to start second test.
Injured Lions players ruled out of the rest of the tour after suffering injuries in the Hurricanes match.
Naholo returns in reshuffled All Blacks back three, and Laumape in line for debut off the bench.
A British and Irish Lions callup is something you can't turn down, two members of the 'Geography Six' say.
Former first-five believes the Lions must draw inspiration from the epic try they scored in the first test.
OPINION: Last time a miracle that big happened, a huge star appeared in the east, writes Peter FitzSimons.
Nathan Grey has agreed a new deal to coach defence full-time.
Ticketek apologises, and insists there won't be a hitch for All Blacks game.
OPINION: It takes a big man to admit his mistake as the Lions coach has done over the 'Geography Six'.
2005 Lions coach joins UK and Irish media in slamming Warren Gatland's "farcical" use of the "Geography Six".
Ngani Laumape makes another compelling case for higher honours. "It's pretty hard to fault him," says Nehe Milner-Skudder.
Gatland couldn't give a toss, but are the UK media turning on him? And what changes for the second test?
They're not kings of the jungle yet, but if they can reach potential they may just take down our men in black.
ON TOUR: When mental maps go wrong, a visit to Meadsville - and an All Black gets a nose job?
The row between Lions and ABs coaches is close to sour 2005 feelings but Steve Hansen's "hands down" on top, UK media says.
Lions lock Courtney Lawes is keen to lay everything on the line after playing his way into test contention.
Draws rarely come more exciting than this one between the Hurricanes and Lions.
Most Kiwi fans were debating red card or yellow for Lions tip tackle, but Lions fans believed a penalty was enough.
Lions lock lucky to escape with a yellow card for lifting Jordie Barrett dangerously.
Lions coach says he hasn't seen clown cartoon, but calls it a personal attack.
Who starred and who stumbled: our rugby writers rate the players from Tuesday night's match.
OPINION: Midweekers play with passion but fade as fitness gives out and yellow card costly, writes Mark Reason.
OPINION: Cliffhanger Lions match needed much more Julian Savea, but he was rarely sighted.
Haka, a ceremonial sword, and now Dane Coles comes bearing gifts for the Lions.
All Black Malakai Fekitoa isn't going anywhere. At least not yet, according to his agent.