In the absence of Virimi Vakatava, Arthur Vincent marked the spirit of France’s 16th on Saturday with a big win in Rome against Italy (10-50), the first day of the sixth tournament. The center returned this Sunday to the RMC Sports Show about its new winning performance with the Blues with a total of eight selections.
Behind an Antoine DuPont, Vincent’s performance highlights one attempt and 16 tackles. “We need to talk about the team. These are the small details. This is what Vincent said. The most important thing was to make a big entry into the tournament. It’s always good to come out of big performances, but it’s the cake in the icing. There we will focus on preparing for our goal. “
“I am very happy to have such a breeding center.”
Fabian Galtic and his players will face Ireland next Sunday (4pm) at the Aviva Stadium and face an opponent who conceded defeat in Wales (21-16) on Sunday. “Ireland play in all 14 of the matches. They were remarkable,” said Arthur Vincent.
Since the capture of power by Fabian Galtic and the generational change that took place after the 2019 World Cup, the back line has been one of the eleventh satisfactions of France, with a new creativity.
“Every player on the field is a strong potential risk taker, which is great. We have a great pool, Arthur Vincent said. We have a freedom to play on a particular occasion, so we want to express ourselves on the pitch.
Entering this sixth Nations tournament and finishing second in 2020, France’s XV appears to be a reliable candidate for the final victory. The first day of the tournament came as a small surprise as England suffered a historic defeat against Scotland this Saturday. Meanwhile, Arthur Vincent will play his first match in Ireland next weekend, having won the tournament against the Blues at the end of the tournament in Stade de France on October 31 (35-27).