Rennie highlights Glasgow shortcomings in comfy win
Glasgow Warriors boss Dave Rennie has admitted he was frustrated with his team's display despite their 56-24 victory over Zebre.
The Warriors ran in eight tries against the Italian outfit at Scotstoun on Friday night, with Scotland scrum-half George Horne and Mesu Dolokoto both bagging braces in the victory.
Despite Glasgow earning a bonus-point victory against Zebre, Rennie felt his side were far from their best and there are areas that need improving going forward.
"We got five points, so that's good," he said. "I found I was really frustrated throughout the game, mainly because we started well then decided we couldn't kick into that breeze and lost control of the game for 25 minutes.
"I thought we responded well after half-time, kicked better and were clinical when we got opportunities. We lacked a little bit of intensity when we needed it and let in a couple of soft ones, so a bit to work on. We'll have to be better next week against Dragons."
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