Steve Hansen issued an angry response to Warren Gatland's claim that the All Blacks tried to injure his players: Getty The British and Irish Lions tour turned sour on Monday when Steve Hansen angrily reacted to accusations from Warren Gatland that the All Blacks tried to deliberately injure Conor Murray during the first Test, with the New Zealand head coach claiming his rival has grown “desperate” Lions coach Gatland faces a pivotal week in which his side must beat New Zealand in Wellington...
Warburton is likely to captain the side on Saturday but playing at no 6: GettySam Warburton and Maro Itoje are in line to start the second Test against the All Blacks after Warren Gatland was left far from impressed with the British and Irish Lions’ lack of physicality in Saturday’s 30-15 defeat, something that the head coach admitted has dented their pride.
The British and Irish Lions know they must make history if they are going to get back into the Test series against the All Blacks, but centre Jonathan Davies believes the squad are more than capable of fixing the small issues that cost them the first Test on Saturday. Rather than allow the loss at Eden Park leave them down in the dumps, many of Warren Gatland’s squad believe that they are capable of exacting revenge on New Zealand to level the series at one win apiece this Saturday.
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