"And then when we do get chances we've got to take them, they are very rare in these sorts of games, but when you get the opportunities you've got to take them". We had quite a big sing-song in the changing room. The situation is similar in the back three, especially with George North still not looking like the player he needs to be to cope with Julian Savea for three straight weeks.
There were two long range tries in the second term and though the Chiefs looked to be out on their feet, these are only positive signs for Saturday's first Test.
Peter O'Mahony is set to be named the Lions' Test captain tomorrow and his Munster colleague CJ Stander believes he is the best man for the job. But he had few complaints, saying the scoreboard told the story and the Lions were a "bloody good team".
"You ask anyone walking down the street, and they will talk about previous tours, whether it be the Lions or other worldwide sides, playing three-Test series".
Most promising, however, was that they finally showed some attacking enterprise in the backs with Jack Nowell finishing off a sweeping 80-metre movement for his second try of the game.
"This is unlike anything that's been taken on before".
There are a whole host of other markets to check out including winning margins (Lions 8/1 to win by 1-5 points), number of tries scored (9/2 for six tries) and RequestABet specials such as. We have demonstrated that.
GETTYBritish and Irish Lions boss Warren Gatland announced the team to face the Chiefs
Asked if the Lions will have to raise their intensity above the level they were at when thrashing the Wallabies 41-16 in 2013, Farrell said: "I think the game has cranked up".
"The Lions are getting better and better", Chiefs coach Dave Rennie said.
Best was skipper four years ago in Australia when the Lions lost to the Brumbies in Canberra in the final tour game before the Test series and that memory shaped his pre-match conversations with the rest of the team. Biggar puts a big clearing kick in and the Lions are back up to halfway. "I just think he's got the quality", said Kirwan, 52, who scored 35 tries in 96 Tests for New Zealand. I don't think there are a lot of leaders like him.
"Disappointing in front of a great crowd, we just couldn't get going".
Of course, the Chiefs were probably the weakest opposition that the Lions have faced so far: missing several star players, such as All Black lock Brodie Rettalick, they looked callow and disorganised, particularly at the lineout. We score multiple tries week in and week out and we're strangling them a little bit in the way that we're defending too. They were able to dominate us.
"We know what we want to do out here and that's win the Test series".
Chiefs: Stevenson, Pulu, Nanai-Williams, Fa'auli, Alaimalo, Donald, Christie, Fisiihoi, Polwart, Laulala, Bird, Allardice, Brown, Boshier, Sanders. "He is my captain at Munster and his heart is on his sleeve".