Impressed against England, the Italy captain looks like “an old man at the moment” according to his coach

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Kieran Crowley, New Zealand coach for Nacional. Paul Childs/Reuters

After surprising Scotland on home soil on day one, England got back on track by dominating Italy (31-14) on Sunday at Twickenham at the end of day two of the Six Nations Championship. With the offensive bonus point in this match, plus the defensive bonus obtained against Scotland, England are placed with six units in third place in the standings, behind Ireland and Scotland who have ten. Italy, who are in fifth place, are one point ahead of Wales, who are dead last with zero points.

The English defended well, and we only had slow balls to negotiate when they challenged our linesItaly coach Kieran Crowley said of New Zealand’s stifling defense of XV de la Rose. And to add: “We have some good ball carriers, but we need more because we don’t have much depth in this area. We have to develop this Plan B to get good balls. So if you have one, let me know…”

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Regarding the trans-alpine hospital, he referred to the case of the MHR’s opener, Paolo Garbisi, who missed the start of the championship due to injury but is making progress. “Train with us… He will play for Montpellier this week and if he does well he will join the group the following Mondayconfirmed the Kiwi technician. By contrast, Italy captain Michele Lamaro, due to injury, did not attend the post-match press conference, suggesting he may be in doubt for the upcoming match against Ireland on 25 February.We’ll stay as we go he looks like an old man at the moment he took a bump in the groin we’ll have to wait and see how he is tomorrow (Monday).”

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