The British and Irish Lions fullback Stuart Hogg has been ruled out of the remainder of the New Zealand tour after fracturing a bone in his face during the side's win over the Crusaders at the weekend.
Hogg collided with the elbow of teamaate Conor Murray midway through the first half of the match in Christchurch and left the field with blood pouring from the gash on his face.
Hogg will now return home to Scotland for further medical treatment.
Hogg said: "I'm gutted to be leaving the Tour at this stage.
"It is an honour to have been involved in a second British & Irish Lions tour and I have hugely enjoyed my time with the squad and I'm very excited about the potential of this group.
"I'm disappointed to be leaving in this way but wish all the squad the best in the coming weeks and will be cheering them on from home."
The Lions head coach Warren Gatland said Hogg was a "key member of our squad on and off the field and it is disappointing to see injury cut short his time with us in New Zealand.
"We all wish him the best with his recovery and we look forward to seeing him back in action in the future."
There will be no replacement called-up at this time.