A scoreline that does not even come close to reflecting the gulf in class. In rugby terms it is as close to death as you can come without actually dying: losing the first Test in New Zealand and knowing you have no realistic chance of winning the series.
The Lions produced a fitful effort; myopic commentators and apologists will point to the opportunities they squandered in the middle of the game without ever looking at how many the All Blacks passed up. The Lions are now stuck on those two islands with the population being polite to you but secretly mocking your second-rate rugby heritage. This is hell on earth and the Lions will have to live through it for the next two weeks.
Simplicity of thought and honesty of effort are the cornerstones of their success.
During his ten years at Toll, Chatfield and his boss, chief executive Paul Little, successfully negotiated their way through a corporate minefield of legislation, the high profile takeover of Patrick Corporation, a forced demerger, and the continuous scutiny of regulators, including the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
However in 2008 Chatfield suddenly stunned the financial media with the news that he was resigning as Toll's CFO and executive director.
At a Gospel Music Workshop of America conference, the trio was signed to a recording contract by gospel legend James Cleveland. He was later part of a four-member singing group called Joy.
He sang lead on "If You Move Yourself," the title track of the 1980 gospel album recorded live in Detroit by The Donald Vails Choraleers.
We think the Lions may improve next week, we know for certain that the All Blacks will, and desperation against the odds in this case is the wrong motivational tool.
The All Blacks were far from perfect but it is their mastery of the basics and their ability to make the complex look easy that sets them apart.
Sonically, it's too abrasive to have been subsumed into the pop canon in the way that much American metal has been; culturally, the music has never enjoyed a post-ironic reappraisal (unless you count the Darkness, and Maiden T-shirts being sold in Urban Outfitters).
Whereas everyone from Kiss to Van Halen has become cultural shorthand for the good times of 80s excess, if the likes of Saxon and Diamond Head are shorthand for anything, it's "blokes with dreadful teeth throwing round bottles of piss".
Instead he would cross to the other side of the corporate table, leaving the daily hubbub of management forever for the more strategic confines of the boardroom.