The legendary All Blacks second row Brodie Retallick broke his silence on what he said to the Ireland and Munster flanker Peter O’Mahony when the whistle went in their cracking quarter-final match last October at the Stade de France Paris.
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“I said what was reported,” Retallick said on the What a Lad podcast.
“When they beat us in Wellington in that series, he was just into us on the field, spraying us left, right, and centre.
“I enjoy it – when you’re having your day, you let them know it, but I’m definitely going to give it back when we’re having our day, and what better moment than that one right there, that’s for sure.”