Sweary post-match interview from Munster win over South Africa A


Watch: Expletive-laden post-match interview from Munster win over South Africa A

Munster. They only love pulling off worldwide upsets. New Zealand, Australia and the Maori All Blacks have all been defeated by the province prior to now and final night time Pairc Ui Chaoimh in Cork bore witness to a different thunderous consequence.

Munster 28-14 South Africa A.

And when you puzzled what it meant, simply hearken to this brilliantly candid (and expletive-laden) interview from participant of the mathematics Paddy Patterson.

WARNING: there are many F-bombs in right here so skip it when you don’t need to hear any swear phrases.

It was a stirring string of chat from the 9, who was electrical within the triumph, zipping passes and customarily pumping the vitality ranges up. And the 41,400 followers on the house of Cork GAA introduced an vitality all of their very own.

Munster scored tries by means of Shane Daly, Simon Zebo and Diarmuid Barron within the first half, with Munster entering into at half-time 21-7 to the great.

Munster’s fourth strive got here by means of Mike Haley. Ben Healy was punching kicks into the wind too (and apparently, by means of the posts that had been loaned from Thomond Park for this recreation).

For the vacationers, Aphelele Fassi and Sikhumbuzo Notshe scored tries, whereas Johan Goosen and Gianni Lombard despatched over kicks. 

However the Munster win over South Africa A was about a lot extra than simply tries and kicks – take a look at 20-year-old wing Patrick Campbell’s try-saving sort out on Suleiman Hartzenberg for an instance of Munster’s ardour.

Munster have misplaced 5 in seven to this point this United Rugby Championship season, however after this consequence, boss Graham Rowntree mentioned: “Tonight you noticed a staff taking part in from the get-go. I although the steadiness to our recreation was actually good. It has to hold ahead, it must be a springboard and provides us confidence. As a result of that was a correct recreation, they’re a great staff, a giant staff. So we’ve to take confidence from that shifting into the subsequent block.

“It’s not simply the win, the steadiness to our recreation. The tries that we scored, the composure that we confirmed, our defence and the self-discipline, just about, was alright.”

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