Jack Nowell's two-try brace helped the British and Irish Lions sink the Chiefs 34-6 in Hamilton. Here, Press Association Sport rates the tourists' performances at the FMG Stadium.
15 LIAM WILLIAMS - A much-improved showing from the Wales star but not enough to make the Test line-up: 8/10.
14 JACK NOWELL - The match-winner blasted back to form with two tries, but, like Williams, should still just fail to make the first Test: 9.
13 JARED PAYNE - Very solid effort from the Ireland centre, who even slotted in to fine effect at flanker: 7.
12 ROBBIE HENSHAW - The Leinster man raised his level significantly after a patchy tour opening, but still trails Ben Te'o in the Test stakes: 7.
11 ELLIOT DALY - The Wasps flyer showed enough here to force his way into the Test match 23, and will battle George North for a start: 8.
10 DAN BIGGAR - Wales' composed playmaker attacked with purpose albeit against a weakened home side: 7.
9 GREIG LAIDLAW - The Scotland half-back raised his level but was coasting against lower-level opposition: 6.
1 JOE MARLER - Marred his night with a woeful challenge for a deserved sin-bin but at least returned to make some kind of amends: 4.
2 RORY BEST (CAPT) - Wholehearted leadership is never in doubt with Best, but several wobbles again tinged an otherwise fine showing: 7.
3 DAN COLE - A bullish performance from the England man who proved the Lions' scrum power all over again: 7.
4 IAIN HENDERSON - Quiet from the off but grew into the night; one key pass in build-up to second Nowell try: 7.
5 COURTNEY LAWES - Shook off a nasty-looking clash of heads with Marler to grind his way through the night: 7.
6 JAMES HASKELL - Keeps on battling through and emptied the tank as the midweek men hit back to form: 7.
7 JUSTIN TIPURIC - A niggling thorn in the hosts' side at the breakdown all night: 8.
8 CJ STANDER - Always a physical threat, but remains just unlikely to trouble the first Test squad: 7.
17 ALLAN DELL (for Haskell, 13-23) - One massive scrummage helped Dell become a real Lion in a 10-minute cameo he will never forget: 7.
20 ALUN WYN JONES (for Lawes, HIA 52-57) - Put himself about even in his short stint on the field and should be in the Test squad: 7.
23 TOMMY SEYMOUR (for Daly, 59) - Full of running in a bid to return to top form but will miss out on Test selection: 7.
UNUSED: K Dacey, T Francis, C Hill, G Davies, F Russell.