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KOBE, Japan (AP) — It’s taken Scotland a few days to get over Ireland. There was a team meeting and some hard truths were spelled out. It was uncomfortable but necessary, the players said. There was anger and frustration.
Scotland has a new setting to refocus in after the 27-3 drubbing in Yokohama to open their Rugby World Cup. The Scots are in a high-rise hotel in Kobe with a view over the port city’s attractive skyline and a chance to look up again.
“We’re going to have to put Ireland behind us,” Scotland flyhalf Finn Russell said on Wednesday.
The squad’s been stewing on the loss to their Six Nations rival for three days.
Scotland was completely outplayed. Lacked aggression and energy in the words of coach G
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