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Louis Rees-Zammit handed brutal 5/10 by Mike Brown despite try-scoring Lions debut

Look through the various player ratings from the British and Irish Lions’ comprehensive 56-14 opening tour victory vs the Sigma Lions in Johannesburg…

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15. Stuart Hogg

  • Highest mark: Hogg shone early on by taking a couple of high balls and he showcased his running skills. (Wales Online – 8/10)
  • Lowest mark: Brilliant under high ball which will be so important v South Africa. Sharp on the counter-attack and one superb try-saving tackle. (Mail Online – 7/10)

14. Louis Rees-Zammit

  • Highest mark: The 22-year-old scored a brilliant try in the first three minutes, and looked dangerous on attack throughout. (Off The Ball – 7.75/10)
  • Lowest mark: Welsh winger showed good wheels to take his try early on, but he was pretty quiet apart from that. (Mail Online – 5/10)

13. Chris Harris

  • Highest mark: Expect to see Harris partner Robbie Henshaw soon. Besides characteristically intuitive defence, he offered energy and composure in attack (Telegraph – 8/10)
  • Lowest mark:  The strength of his attack was backed up by solid support lines and strong carries. (Off The Ball – 7.5/10)

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