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Last Updated: Monday, 11 July 2005, 07:46 GMT 08:46 UK
Lions in NZ final photos

A Lions supporter shows her solidarity with the victims of the London bomb attacks

Fans gather for the third Test in Auckland but minds are concentrated on the bombings in London

Supporters eagerly await the start of the third Test in Auckland

Lions fans are confident that their side can avoid a third-straight defeat against the All Blacks

Justin Marshall and Tana Umaga

Justin Marshall and Tana Umaga embrace after New Zealand clinch a 38-19 victory over the Lions

Donncha O'Callaghan (right) and Simon Easterby

Lions lock Donncha O'Callaghan (right) just can't believe that his side have suffered a 3-0 series whitewash

Sir Clive Woodward (left) and Tana Umaga

Woodward and New Zealand skipper Tana Umaga put their differences behind them at the final whistle

Sir Clive Woodward and Graham Rowntree

Woodward consoles England prop Graham Rowntree following the final game of the tour

Andy Robinson (left), Graham Henry (right) and Sir Clive Woodward

Andy Robinson congratulates coach Graham Henry on his success, the pair both worked on the 2001 Lions tour

Sir Clive Woodward (left) and Graham Henry

Old adversaries Woodward and Henry have time for a quick chat after the game

Shane Byrne (left) and Keven Mealamu

New Zealand's Keven Mealamu offers some words of support to opposing hooker Shane Byrne

Justin Marshall celebrates victory

It was an emotional night for Justin Marshall, who has probably played his final Test for the All Blacks

Graham Henry (right) and Brian O'Driscoll

Injured Lions skipper Brian O'Driscoll and Henry exchange pleasantries after the game

Brian O'Driscoll (left), Shane Byrne and Shane Horgan (right)

Irish trio O'Driscoll, Byrne and Shane Horgan try to figure out where it all went wrong for the Lions

Sir Clive Woodward and the Lions squad land back at Heathrow on Monday morning

Sir Clive Woodward and the Lions squad land back at Heathrow on Monday morning




LIONS TOUR 2005

ALL BLACKS WHITEWASH LIONS




VOTE RESULTS
What was the main reason for the Lions' whitewash in NZ?
All Blacks just too good
58%
Woodward's selections
30%
Injuries to key players
6%
Squad was too big
6%
97190 Votes Cast
Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

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