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British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton admitted he was "pretty pleased" with what his side had achieved after they battled back to draw the Test series with New Zealand.
The British and Irish Lions have returned from their tour of New Zealand after battling back to draw the Test series.
The squad arrived back at Heathrow this afternoon following their three-Test series with the All Blacks, which finished 1-1 after a dramatic 15-15 draw at Eden Park on Saturday.
The tour saw head coach Warren Gatland lead players to an unexpected share of the series against the All Blacks.
It's only the second time in their history that the Lions have drawn a series, and the first time they've avoided defeat to New Zealand in 46 years.
Centre Jonathan Davies says he's 'humbled' at being handed the Lions player of the series award by his teammates.
The 29 year old played every minute of all three tests against New Zealand. He also featured in all three matches of the previous Lions Tour to Australia in 2013.
The Lions drew Saturday's match at Eden Park 15-15. It means the series finished 1 all. It's the first time the Lions haven't lost a series in New Zealand since 1971.
The British and Irish Lions and New Zealand have finished in a draw in the final game of the series at Eden Park.
It was a showdown until the very end with both teams finishing 15 all.
Captain Sam Warburton said he was speechless at the end of the game and had been expecting to go in to overtime.
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