Australia v British and Irish Lions third Test in pictures

The British and Irish Lions fans are out in force once again as the series comes down to a final-Test decider in Sydney
Australia coach Robbie Deans looks relaxed before kick-off in the ANZ Stadium
Brian O'Driscoll, whose omission from the squad dominated the build-up to the game, chats to his fellow non-playing Lions before kick-off
Prop Alex Corbisiero, not even named in the original touring party, burrows over for the first try as the Lions get off to a flying start
A groggy George Smith, recalled for his first Test in four years, is helped off in the fifth minute after a clash of heads - but the Wallaby flanker would later return to the action
The trusty right boot of Leigh Halfpenny slots one of his five penalties as the Lions power into a 19-3 lead. The Welshman, named man of the series, ends with a record 21 points for the Lions
Australia is renowned for the never-say-die attitude of its sports teams and the Wallabies hit back just before the break as James O'Connor - here being congratulated by Kurtley Beale - scores a stunning solo try
Two penalties early in the second half see the Wallabies, amazingly, close to within three points - but the Lions keep their nerve and Jonathan Sexton sprints over for their second try
The Lions assume total control and they take a decisive lead as George North powers over for their third try
Jamie Roberts, who missed the first two Tests though injury, blasts over for the fourth try as the Lions run rampant
Jamie Roberts's try is rapturously received and replacement half-backs Owen Farrell and Conor Murray are keen to show their appreciation
The final whistle prompts celebrations for the Lions as a 41-16 victory brings them a first series victory in 16 years
Injured Lions captain Sam Warburton and third-Test skipper Alun Wyn Jones lift the Tom Richards Cup
Another injured talisman, Paul O'Connell, joins fellow Irishman O'Driscoll at the heart of the celebrations
Actor Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond, congratulates fly-half Jonathan Sexton on his part in a historic Lions success
Coach Warren Gatland, widely criticised for his team selection in the build-up to the game after choosing to drop Brian O'Driscoll, leaves the field with the cheers of the Lions fans ringing in his ears
Alun Wyn Jones and Jamie Roberts get the party started by making tinsel angels on the Olympic Stadium pitch - you suspect the party has just begun