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Brian Moore: Time for the Lions to move on from Warren Gatland

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The 2021 British and Irish Lions Tour is in the history books and it's congratulations to South Africa who came from behind to clinch the test series 2-1 with a narrow win in Saturday's deciding test.

Joining Brian once again to dissect the test match and the series as a whole is the former Springbok captain Bob Skinstad.

They discuss where Saturday's clash was won and lost including if the Lions left a number of points on the field after opting against penalty kicks in favour of lineout drives, the missed pass from Liam Williams and the impact of Finn Russell.

Elsewhere Lions chairman Jason Leonard has left the door open for head coach Warren Gatland to return in 2025 for a fourth time. We hear from the Telegraph's chief Rugby Correspondent Gavin Mairs, who says the Lions should be looking to move on from Gatland and that a number of minor tweaks need to be made for the tour to Australia in four years time.

We also discuss our players of the series from both sides, and we look ahead to the Springboks upcoming Rugby Championship campaign.


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