Jared Payne's Lions tour is in jeopardy after he picked up an injury against the Blues
Payne was initially named on the bench for the opening game of the tour against New Zealand Provincial Barbarians on Saturday.
The Lions were far from their best and won 13-7 against a team of part-timers but they did so without Payne.
The Ireland international was withdrawn before the game and replaced by England's Elliot Daly after he reported a calf problem.
And when he was forced off against the Blues, it appeared to be with the same injury.
Wales' Liam Williams came on for the New Zealand-born centre but he had impressed in his opening 48 minutes of action.
Jared Payne leaves Lions v Blues with a calf injury
Payne thought he had scored his first ever Lions try 11 minutes into the match, going over in the left corner, only for the TMO to decide Stephen Perofeta had dragged his foot into touch before he got the ball down.
It would have been a brilliant moment for Payne, who is both a New Zealander by birth and a former Blues player.
"I haven't thought too much about it, my mates still give me a bit of gyp and that's all part of it," Payne said before the match.
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"It's just another game, it's good to be back but you've just got to approach it as another game and not get too caught up in it – if there's 40,000 there at Eden Park it'll be rocking and there'll be plenty of noise, pretty cool to play in front of.
"Be good to see them. Saw a few of them obviously in Chicago [when Ireland beat New Zealand] and kept in touch with Ranger and a few of the other guys.
"[Rene] Ranger and Charlie [Faumuina], Jerome [Kaino], caught up with them and Steven Luatua, in Ireland."