The British & Irish Lions know that only victory will do ahead of the second Test match against New Zealand on Saturday – and they warmed up with a thrilling 31-31 draw against Hurricanes.
Places are up for grabs ahead of the second Test in Wellington and players from across the Guinness PRO12 staked their claim.
And the match certainly whipped up a storm on Twitter as the Hurricanes finished strongly to rescue a draw, with several Lions players standing out.
Leinster prop Cian Healy was impressed by what he saw from, the front row.
Three 80 minute shifts in the front row is a rare sight these days! Some effort from those men 💪
— Cian Healy (@ProperChurch) June 27, 2017
Andy Nicol was hanging out with Glasgow Warriors fans as Tommy Seymour crossed the whitewash.
— Andy Nicol (@AndyNic9) June 27, 2017
Paul Wallace believes Iain Henderson is hard to ignore for Saturday’s Test.
— PAUL WALLACE (@paulwally3) June 27, 2017
And Brian O’Driscoll is also a fan after Henderson produced a huge display.
Surely the wrong second row off no?! Lawes has been good but Henderson must be in the Test 23 mix…
— Brian O’Driscoll (@BrianODriscoll) June 27, 2017
Rory Best captained the side and was delighted his family arrived to see him play.
— British&Irish Lions (@lionsofficial) June 27, 2017
Tommy Seymour is adamant there are still places up for grabs.
— Warriors TV (@WarriorsTVHD) June 28, 2017
Former Wales international Andy Powell wants to see more from countryman Taulupe Faletau.
I like faletau but I agree with @ZinzanBrooke8 he needs to get nastier on the pitch he’s a world class player tho
— Andy Powell (@andypowell8) June 27, 2017
Lewis Moody is waiting to see if there will be any changes to the squad.
— Lewis Moody (@LewisMoody7) June 27, 2017