6 Nations – XV of France: A flaw in Fabien Galthié’s game?

After the disillusionment against Italy (13-13) Fabien Galthié’s XV of France revived by largely beating Wales on their lawn at the Principality Stadium (24-45). But for former international hooker Vincent Moscato, everything is not yet perfect in the game of this French team.

The 6 Nations Tournament is relaunched for the XV of France. After three rather delicate days, the men of Fabien Galthié have raised the bar in the face of Waleswith many newbies integrated like Nicolas Depoortere or Emmanuel New. And they could even win the final victory, with the benefit of a crazy scenario on the last day!

“Sometimes, during game starts, I don’t understand that Atonio touches ten balls in the line”

Yet, Vincent Moscato did not fully appreciate the French offensive animation, with perhaps the forwards slowing down the game too much. Sometimes, on game launches, I don’t understand that Uini Atonio touches ten balls in the line. I don’t understand » explained the former hooker, on RMC Sport. « Sometimes you have to and sometimes you don’t because it slows down your movements but when you’re nearby you make the pass ».

“We regained confidence because there are incredible guys”

« If it’s to go two meters and fall, use three guys to clear… Near the lines when the game is stopped and you use it to stay up and try to move forward it’s good ” has followed Moscato, who still appreciates the French performance as a whole. “ We regained confidence because there are incredible guys. There are guys like winger Louis Bielle-Biarrey. You feel that it has speed, you feel that it is going fast. There is Penaud who returns. You feel that behind us we are capable of making individual differences at all positions. Collectively we’re not bad ».

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