Launching fifteen world Antoine Dupont: Xv Mondial’s exclusive interview
On Monday 23 October, we enter the final week of the World Cup, on home soil. The final stage will take until Saturday evening, the day of the grand final between New Zealand and South Africa. If the Springboks are aiming to retain their title, the All Blacks are aiming for a fourth world title, which would be a record.
Five days before this shock, New Zealand defense coach Scott McLeod spoke. He was particularly confident and emphasized that his players were already prepared for the battle that awaited them.
“Mentally and physically, we are ready. We are excited! Maybe we will have to keep some players. There are bodies, but looking at the progress we have made, we have 33 players in good condition. Some of them are coming back from injury.” “So they don’t feel the fatigue of competing, and they’re actually still quite fresh. There’s also a mental freshness that comes from the fact that certain aspects of your game worked during the quarter and a half. Which gives you confidence. It doesn’t exhaust you on the contrary.” […] A lot of aspects of our game are working and that gives us confidence. “We’ve been working on this for a while and it’s a lot of fun.”
Five days before this final clash between New Zealand and South Africa, All Blacks defense coach Scott McLeod spoke out. He was particularly confident and emphasized that his players were already prepared for the battle that awaited them.
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