The British and Irish Lions were finally tamed in Canberra as ACT Brumbies inflicted a first defeat upon Warren Gatland's side.
Jake White's became the first Australian provincial side since Queensland 42 years ago to silence the Lions' roar, as they dominated up front for an hour before coach his counterpart Warren Gatland summoned reinforcements off the bench.
What was a thrown-together Lions was still expected to defeat the Brumbies, however the hosts took advantage of their visitors' indiscipline and resisted a late onslaught to claim victory.
The Lions trailed 8-3 at half-time, with Tevita Kuridrani scoring what was the only try of the game after only five minutes when the Brumbies capitalised on Ben Youngs' poor kick.
Gatland will not be alarmed ahead of the first Test in Brisbane - his Test players were wrapped in cotton wool today - but hopes of an invincible tour are now over.