While the critics are skeptical about Italy rugby following their unfortunate defeat to South Africa, the Italian rugby skipper Sergio Parisse is confident about improved performance from his team at Six Nations.
“We went out defeated yet I can assure positive improvements ahead of Six Nations”, stated the confident captain from the Italian rugby team.
Speaking further Parisse noted that he is actually content with the result since it was quite tough to play the mighty South African rugby squad.
“I am pretty content with our result in the match and our team’s performance. It’s no cakewalk to play the powerful South African squad”, he noted.
The Italian captain then expressed thoughts on CT moves during November Test Match. The captain is seemingly impressed with Brunel.
“I feel that he (Brunel) has shouldered much stress on behalf of the team in the 3 test games in between his returns from severe injuries”, he continued.
Parisse was full of praise for the beginner’s blues in one of his latest press meets.
“Haimona? I feel that with #10 on the back, he kind of disputed 3 races at really top level. Fantastic performance from Sam Vunisa, which is even the 1st in Azzuro.”
According to the Italian rugby skipper, he has noticed a number of positive hints from this Cariparma Test triptych. He said he is happy with the revival of defense in the team, reworking of scrum & fast opening from foot that was not so viable earlier.
“What’s missing in our national team, added to goals (too less in miniseries) are the rugby players. One has to send an appeal to FIR & pique the weight which is to be extended the nurseries & our championships”, concluded the Italian rugby team captain.