Wales' Jonathan Davies says the British and Irish Lions need to be more "clinical" if they are to beat the All Blacks.
The Lions need to achieve something they have only done twice before - in 1899 and 1989 - by overcoming a 1-0 deficit in their quest to win a Test series.
A 30-15 defeat to the All Blacks at Eden Park on Saturday - New Zealand's 39th successive game unbeaten there - means it is win or bust for the Lions in Wellington next Saturday.
And although history is stacked against the tourists, Wales centre Davies has no intention of throwing in the towel.
Although the Lions scored two tries - one of them a stunning 80-minute effort sparked by Wales team-mate Liam Williams' fearless counter-attack - they were left to bemoan missed opportunities as New Zealand took charge through their imperious forwards.
The Lions arrived in Wellington on Sunday, with the Hurricanes on their immediate agenda before attention turns to next Saturday's Westpac Stadium appointment with New Zealand.