Conor Murray promises angry reaction as Ireland bid to 'right wrongs' in decider
Published 21/06/2016 | 02:30
Conor Murray says the mood around the Ireland camp is one of frustration and annoyance after history slipped through their grasp last weekend.
And the Munster scrum-half has vowed that Joe Schmidt's side will channel that emotion into one last performance at the end of this longest season as they bid to win the Test series with victory over South Africa in Port Elizabeth on Saturday afternoon.
"We can right the wrongs this weekend," Murray said of Ireland's 32-26 second Test defeat.
"We definitely believe we can do it. We've just got to stay tight, stay together. It's our last game of the season, and it's a massive one and we've just got to give it everything.
"The atmosphere in camp is annoyed and that we left things out there. You can feel it around the place. People are hungry to get training and just go ahead, which is good."