France came with chances to their last game against Scotland, which had been reprogrammed, to be crowned champion of the Six Nations tournament. He had to win by a wide difference but not only did he not succeed, but In the last play of the game he lost it after Brice Dulin did not get the ball out of the field with the time expired.
In this regard, the coach of the French team, Fabien Galthié, declared: “It’s hard to accept losing like this. We had decided to build the game and win the points when the opportunity arose. The rain did not allow us to have good possession of the ball or make long passes. “
In addition, the head coach gave his opinion to the tournament in general: “All the games were very close, very intense and with little difference in points. They were very tough encounters, disputed and with very different settings and content. Each game is a story and it was difficult to play them. “
“This competition is very difficult not only from the physical but also from the psychological. They are boxing fights all the time and we all take advantage of the resources we had, ”Galthié closed. It should be noted that the Bleu Selection was in second position below Wales, which was crowned the tournament champion.