Australian lost 40 to 6 against Wales on the Third Date of World Cup and one step away from elimination in the group stage. That is their only hope to qualify for the Quarterfinals Fiji lose the remaining two games against Portugal and Georgia, and pretend to be a miracle. The entire World Cup, on Star+.
After the defeat, Eddie Jones head coach of Wallabies DECLARED “First, I apologize to all the Australian fans. Our performance is not up to the standard required. I apologize for that. I take full responsibility for this. We are disappointed, we have a disappointed young team. They tried with all their hearts, but unfortunately this time. We don’t have the consistency in our game to put pressure on teams like Wales. We did some good things and then we fell. “It’s very disappointing.”
When asked about his resume, he replied: “One hundred percent. I’m back in Australia trying to help. I’m not giving much help at the moment, right? But that doesn’t mean my commitment to help has changed. I’m a proud Australian, I don’t want to to see Australian rugby doing as badly as we have, especially under my reign. I am committed to coaching Australia. I believe I have the ability to turn things around. I hope we can do it now , but we couldn’t. “I take full responsibility, I haven’t done a good job and I’m very disappointed about that.”
Then, he was asked about the team’s lack of experience, to which he replied: “I don’t think you can use experience as an excuse. Other teams get experience easily. When you have a team like we have now, you need a period of play or a period of play to it will be done. well and the team can change very quickly. At the moment we have the ability to do it, so the phases of the game are good, but the players, because they are young, tend not to endure it. It’s not because they don’t care, it’s just that they put in less effort “I’m not sure you can use experience as an excuse, but it’s definitely part of our problem.”
Regarding the difficult blow caused by the elimination of this group of athletes, he stated: “I was put in this job to bring Australia back. I don’t think I can do it with the players who are playing. I think we need a new change. Certainly, the young people are struggling at the moment environment, but unless they get “That experience won’t make them mature and become the players they can be. It’s the most painful time, don’t get me wrong, but it’s also the best time to learn.” for young players Here they learn about the game and learn what they need for the level of attempt.
With an insight directly into the game, the expert coach Australians checked: “Apart from the first try, we played very well in the first 20-30 minutes, but we made a lot of mistakes, whether it was a set piece or a run, and we couldn’t handle any pressure. against Wales . To get momentum, you need to be able to put two or three series of games together and that’s what we didn’t do. Congratulations to them, they played good rugby, strong set pieces, outstanding kicking game and they defended well. We have to prepare for Portugal. “We have to pick up the pieces and put in a good performance, giving our best.”
On the other hand, representing the players, the captain David Porecki emphasized that “You’ve got to give credit to Wales, they beat us tonight. I don’t have much to say, I’m ashamed of the Australian people. We’re hoping to put on a performance. to cope with next week. It hurts. To be honest , I don’t think a lot of the guys knew anything. We had a good week of preparation, maybe our best week of preparation and we didn’t show up tonight. It had nothing to do with outside noise.”
The hooker spoke directly to his fans: “We apologize, we’re disappointed. We let the Australians down, but we can recover, but we’re changing our focus to next week, to get some respect through our performance. It’s too early to tell if what’s going on. it’s late. Since I’m tired, I have to meet the boys and get ready for next week.”