against the Welsh, Grégory Alldritt intends to “put the same intensity as at Twickenham”

The third row of the XV of France Grégory Alldritt said on Wednesday that it was necessary, against Wales on the last day of the Six Nations Tournament, “to put the same intensity as at Twickenham”, where the Blues turned out Saturday to England their heaviest defeat at home. Fabien Galthié’s men still have a tiny hope of winning the Tournament.

Journalist: How will you know after your historic victory in England (53-10)?

Gregory Alldritt : “A victory in the Tournament is always incredible, and in addition to winning at Twickenham, it adds a special flavor. We are very satisfied, of course, we needed it, but we all also said to ourselves that We had to keep our feet on the ground. Our training week has not changed, we resumed on Monday as usual and we are even working even more during this weekend”.

Journalist : You weren’t badly criticized after the games against Italy and Ireland, before playing a full game in London…

Gregory Alldritt : “I was not very happy with my first two performances indeed and I assumed it. When you are in this position, you tend to look for excuses, to blame the staff or your teammates, but I was always taught from a very young age that this was not the solution, and that instead, you had to put your head down, work hard and do your best to get back to your best level. I was quite happy to get closer to my best level but I think I can do even better and I will continue to work in any case”.

Journalist : Wouldn’t the risk on Saturday be to rush too much since the objective to hope to retain your title is to win with the greatest difference in points possible?

: “The objective is to build our match, our victory, as we did last weekend. We are of course all aware of what we have to do to possibly regain this first place for a few hours, or more we hope. But the objective is to win and above all to restore the same intensity that we put at Twickenham. We must focus on that rather than on the score.


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