After the game in Nantes, Louis Rees-Zammit took some time to engage with fans, including a young French boy who had anxiously awaited the chance to meet his beloved player.
The speedy winger exited the stadium by himself, holding a t-shirt. Upon their encounter, he kindly explained that he had already exchanged his game jersey with a Georgian player.
The boy’s father shared with ITV Wales that Rees-Zammit held a special place in his son’s heart and described their meeting as “fantastic.”
Wales has now returned to their training facility in Versailles, gearing up for their upcoming quarter-final match against Argentina in Marseille.
England’s route to the 2023 Rugby World Cup final revealed
Let’s venture into the realm of imagination and explore the potential trajectory that awaits Borthwick’s formidable team.
Quarter-final: England v Fiji
After a historic defeat to the Pacific Islanders last month, England is poised to seek redemption in the quarter-finals. Steve Borthwick’s squad aims to erase the memory of their lackluster performance, and with their recent form, they stand a strong chance of advancing to the semi-finals.