Beauden Barrett I be crazy about plugins, because they are adorable!
The past six weeks of the Rugby World Cup in Japan have provided many memorable moments both on and off the field.
Players and coaches shared both the highs and lows in their media interviews, talking about typhoons, referees, hair cuts and everything in between.
The best quotes from the Rugby World Cup in Japan:
“We’d consider Ireland a very welcoming country, but Japan takes that to a different level,”Ireland flanker Peter O’Mahony.
“I thought I was going to die with all the pressure,”Japan flyhalf Yu Tamura on the long buildup to their opening night win against Russia.
“Performances over the opening weekend … were not consistently of the standards set by World Rugby and themselves, but World Rugby is confident of the highest standards of officiating moving forward,”World Rugby’s astonishing critical statement of its elite referees.
“That his back is getting sore, and his knees,”South Africa flyhalf Elton Jantjies on what he was learning from veteran teammate Frans Steyn.
* A tribute to Steve Hansen: One of the greatest coaches in rugby history
* Richie McCaw and Graham Henry inducted into World Rugby Hall of Fame
* Rugby World Cup final: England keen to keep Eddie Jones for next World Cup
* Springboks earn team, coach, men’s player of year honours
* Rugby World Cup final: Referee Jerome Garces kisses his medal, as England stars reject it
“From the big island of Russia to the rather smaller island of Samoa, we say thank you very much for the game,”Russia captain Vasily Artemyev magnanimous after their first test against a Pacific Island team, despite two Samoans sent off for tackling his head.
“That’s try of the year, eh? Break your leg and score the try. He deserves a medal for that. That is dying for your country, basically,”Senio Toleafoa on fellow Samoa back-rower Afaesetiti Amosa rupturing ligaments in his right knee before scoring a try against Russia.
“It’s going to be like 15 Donald Trumps out there,” England coach Eddie Jones previews their match against the United States.
“I don’t know where it comes from. It’s inside. It’s in there. Today, we had to go there to fetch it, and it came,”Uruguay captain Juan Manuel Gaminara explaining their upset of Fiji by 30-27.
“Finally, we’ll be freed from the South Africa talk,”Japan scrumhalf Fumiaka Tanaka after they upset Ireland 19-12, four years after toppling South Africa in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
“My daughter is always angry when she is watching my games because she thinks the other players are hurting me. She even thinks my teammates are hurting me, and she says she will come to my training and get angry at my team-mates,”Georgia hooker Jaba Bregvadze on his 5-year-old daughter Ele
My huge sister says this plugin is very magnificent.
Read full article at the Original Source
Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the Linked Source