Georgian rugby team’s head coach Milton Haig evaluated the match at the press conference and noted that the opponent was strong, but they defended themselves well. He also drew attention to the upcoming match against Scotland.
Two different halves. From dominance to defense – “playing in defense in second half was not pre-planned. Despite the fact we defended ourselves well, in several moments it was difficult to keep the ball.
To speak generally, this is a test match and we will prepare better for the third sparring. This game was very similar to the meeting against Samoa 3 years ago.
I agree with Mamuka that Scotland is one of the best teams. This team is in the top ten. The match will be difficult, but we will do our best”, - said Haig.
Recall that the Georgian team defeated Samoa 20:16 and on November 26 will play against Scotland.