The Lions hung in there, fighting against the waves of black shirts headed their way, floundering but not drowning. Owen Farrell had a torrid evening in many regards, curiously out-of-kilter in his general play but reliable as ever with the boot, chipping away, chipping away, the Lions return of five penalty goals also helped by a monster 55-metre strike from Elliot Daly just seconds into the second half, a timely boost to morale. Farrell levelled the scores with a booming 47-metre belter two minutes from time. Farrell’s skills may have been shaky but his resolve and nerve were impregnable. He didn’t blink when it came to delivering.
There's no room for blagging, points out Cathy Chapman, head of product development at M&S, who in the past has been screened and re-screened for her susceptibility to things like salt. Meanwhile, Sandra Ziles, head of own-brand at Ocado, believes a lot of the ability to taste critically comes down to keeping up with trends. "I have to eat out in masses of restaurants so I understand excellent quality and authentic tastes, as well as British versions of authentic tastes. I also have to work very hard at maximising my taste buds by ensuring the lighting, smells and noises around me are taken into consideration."