Scotland captain Stuart Hogg hopes to inspire a new generation of players by beating ‘big, angry men’ of world champions South Africa
- Stuart Hogg says Scotland beating South Africa would inspire a new generation
- Hogg wants to cut the ‘big, angry men’ of the world champions down to size
- ‘It’s a plan that works for them and they’re world champions for a reason,’ he said
- ‘There will be massive opportunities within it as well for us,’ said the captain
The full back said: ‘We have all played against South Africans at some stage in our careers. They are big, angry men that want to try and dominate you physically. It is a game plan that works for them and they are world champions for a reason.
‘It is a massive strength of theirs but there will be massive opportunities within it as well for us.’
Scotland captain Stuart Hogg believes beating South Africa would inspire a new generation
Hogg said his side were ‘more than capable of knocking over the best teams in the world’
Hogg said there was massive confidence after beating Australia last week.
‘We are more than capable of knocking over the best teams in the world,’ he said.
‘Now to be in a position to inspire the next generation is massive. We are in a great position at the moment and if we continue winning then more people are going to hopefully pick up a rugby ball and hopefully we can inspire the next generation as I was inspired when I was growing up.’