Warren Gatland has picked his entire 46-man squad to take on the All Blacks in the second Test in Wellington
Stuart Hogg has even been called back to join the squad with his big black eye.
A Lions spokesman told WalesOnCraic:
“We think we’ve picked a team that is capable of taking on the All Blacks. Now that we have the first Test under our belt, we know exactly what we need to beat them and that’s lots more players. Our 46-man squad will be more than three times the size of the All Blacks side so for every Kiwi who gets the ball, three of our lads will go in and smash him. We at need some parity at least and we now think that we’ve got the team to do it.”
The British and Irish Lions fell to a defeat in their opening Test at Eden Park where the All Blacks haven’t been defeated since the early 1990s.
One fan said:
“The ref was awful today. He kept awarding tries to New Zealand whenever he felt like it. He’s a disgrace. Those English, Scottish and Irish players let our Welsh boys down big time.”