I think he is absolutely outstanding in terms of the amount of touches he has in the game and his pick and go.
The Saturday matches have been the highlight for Lions coach Warren Gatland with two victories from two matches but one has to think that next Saturday could be a step too far for a team who only came together three weeks ago.
"We've been guilty of putting ourselves under pressure but we got some going forward - even the try they scored was a lucky, speculative kick through".
"It's been a little bit harshly at times, I've been looking for it and I'm still looking for it now", said Farrell of several offside penalties against the Lions.
In a statement, Lions Coach Warren Gatland pointed out how bringing in players from "an identical time zone" would enable them to "hit the ground running" ahead of Tuesday's game in Hamilton.
"There will be some discussions and debates to be had about the final make-up of the back-row for Saturday".
Tour skipper Warburton is scrapping for full fitness after ankle trouble - but Gatland holding him back from facing the Chiefs indicates the Wales back-rower can still squeeze himself into the 23 for the first Test.
Leigh Halfpenny is continuing through return-to-play protocols after a suspected head injury but Lions assistant coach Farrell believes the Wales full-back remains on course to face New Zealand on Saturday.
Speaking this week, Biggar said he wouldn't let the inclusion into Tuesday's squad get him down. Gatland obviously has the Irish halves combination of Murray and Johnny Sexton, and both played well against the Maori, but the word I have heard from the camp is that if Farrell recovers from his thigh strain he will wear the No10 jersey. "I was never unconfident about that".
Centre Tim Nanai-Williams, who played for Samoa in their 78-0 loss to the All Blacks on Friday, will start for the Chiefs.
Gatland added that despite the performance of the side who thumped the Maori in Rotorua there were still some areas open for selection, including the composition of his back three with Wales utility Liam Williams named at fullback for the Chiefs game.
"Apart from that it's bumps and bruises, we took George Kruis off relatively early because his calf was a bit tight".
"It makes it hard to complete attacking opportunities and situations.we've raised it with the referees already".
Gatland has been strongly criticized in Britain for summoning so many replacements to a squad which already numbered 40 fit players and which would seem to have the resources necessary to cope with the five remaining matches in New Zealand.
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