Former England coach Stuart Lancaster has proven his Leinster gamers the Scarlets’ hard-hitting post-match media interviews after their heavy defeat to Munster in a bid to get his staff fired up.
The Irish province face Dwayne Peel’s males on Saturday, a weekend after the Llanelli-based area misplaced 43-13 to a second-string Munster staff who scored six tries regardless of three Lions and 11 internationals taking part in within the Scarlets staff.
“Devastated” prop Rob Evans was left on the verge of tears post-match after the “embarrassing” defeat, whereas coach Peel was shell-shocked. You possibly can see their full feedback right here.
They face a frightening job this weekend in Leinster, who’re four-in-a-row champions on a three-game profitable streak at residence.
Leinster scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park instructed RTÉ Sport of the movies: “As people, we don’t actually watch them as a staff however I feel a lot of the lads would have seen it.
“The Rob Evans one, Stuart [Lancaster] pulled that up. It stood out slightly bit. They’re clearly hurting after what they felt was a lacklustre efficiency.
“There’s little question there’ll be a backlash this week.
“I suppose you’d prefer it to be the opposite manner round [Scarlets putting in a better performance] but it surely’s not one thing we will management.
“We simply should do our greatest and put together accordingly so we will put our greatest efficiency on the market on Saturday.”
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Backs coach Felipe Contepomi added: “We will positively anticipate a bounce from the Scarlets,” he predicted.
“They will come full steam and I feel it wasn’t an amazing efficiency from them, at their residence.
“One of the best ways when you’ve a nasty efficiency is to play nicely the next week. That’s how high-performance sport goes, it’s like a curler coaster.
“You will be [high] one week and [low] the following so we’d like to verify we put together correctly. I’m anticipating a extremely gutsy efficiency as nicely, to all that high quality including a good bit of perspective it is going to all the time be a tough sport for us.”