Italy forced Ireland to sweat in their Six Nations clash in Rome, but Joe Schmidt's charges had enough to get out of the Stadio Olimpico with a bonus-point win, 26-16.
The super-human effort Wales applied in Cardiff blew the Six Nations championship open.
And so, error-strewn and scatter-brained, Ireland limped from this grand Italian sporting stage with a five-point win that could so easily have been a loss; fortunately for them, they were playing an opponent who have forgotten what it feels like to win in spring.
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"We need to have a good look at the last couple of weeks and improve on some of the very good stuff we're doing and improve on some of the stuff we need to get better at". "The hard part is it's an unbelievable toll we took out there, in terms of physicality and mentally." said the Italy head coach.
"If he drops out of that hub position, I think he did a bit in the England game when it was his first game back in a long time, we suffer as a result".
"Unfortunately we made errors with some things that we could have controlled".
"There's a sense of relief as we didn't play as well as we'd hoped for", said Ireland coach Joe Schmidt.
There was little sign of what was to come from Italy in a sloppy start from the hosts and Ireland eventually took advantage of its opponents' indiscipline to take the lead in the 11th minute.
Johnny Sexton successfully added the extras, and then moments later he assisted another Irish try with a hopeful kick into the corner which escaped Italian hands to bounce into the path of Jacob Stockdale. With Ireland attacking, he managed to steal the ball and power down the field before kicking the ball for Padovani to chase.
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Italy had last beaten Ireland in the 2013 Six Nations, when it also led at halftime but there was to be no repeat this time.
"The bottom line is the win and the bonus point".
The visitors got the fourth try and the bonus point it desperately wanted shortly after the hour mark. On the back of that, I'm hoping that he gets a bit of his confidence back.
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Tait said: "It isn't how I planned to finish up but ultimately, this ongoing problem with my Achilles has caught up with me and, on the advice of people much more in the know than me, it's the right time to call it quits".
"Sometimes we go into matches when we're favourites and maybe we're not dealing with that as well as we could - that can be a work-on for us".
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