Stalemate secures series for Dawes' Lions
John Dawes' Lions claimed the series in New Zealand on this day in 1971 © Getty Images
England flanker Peter Dixon scored a try for the Lions, with Barry John landing a conversion and two penalties. The tourists' scoring was completed with a drop-goal from fullback JPR Williams, while the All Blacks scored tries through fly-half Wayne Cottrell and openside Thomas Lister.
The game was Dawes' final Test match, although he returned to New Zealand as coach of the Lions in 1977.
Campese later maintained that he'd meant no offence - purely that he didn't know of Wilson due to his rugby league background.
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