Romania lit up the Rugby World Cup this week with one of the biggest comebacks in Rugby World cup history. 15-0 down and seemingly dead and buried they began to comeback. Two try hero, Mihai Macovei was the star of the show but will be unavailable after being cited.Sergio Parisse’s absence will also benefit the Romanians but with both sides missing their own talisman it will be an intriguing clash. Credit must go to the entire forward pack that played and how their bench has managed to add some impact in each of their clashes. Tier 2 sides have stepped up and Benedict managed to catch up with Andrei Radoi, as they spoke Six Nations and the World Cup!
How has been the World Cup for you?
How do you feel about the scheduling and little time to rest as a team?
How did it feel to win your last game?
In the last game we really wanted to win it and we believed it until the final whistle.Everyone involved gave it more than 100% and the game showed that in our squad we are guys with big character.
Do you feel the Six Nations is a realistic target for the Romanians?
Six Nations? This one we can say just after Italy game.We need to prove that first when we play Italy.
You have a tough game against Italy, what are you expecting?
We target a win in a tough game and to also show everyone that we can play the same rugby like Tier 1 nations.
What have you done in your free time?
We will be trying to spend as much time as possible together and have some fun. Moments to take our minds of rugby just a bit.
What has been the toughest experience at the World Cup?