She noted all of the changes Ireland had made to the side that had started the game as a potential reason for the score conceded in the second half, and claimed concentration came be a problem in games when a side is winning comfortably, as "it's hard sometimes to build yourself up when you're winning by so much".
Ireland may have to complete their bid for a Six Nations title without centre Robbie Henshaw but are more hopeful about prop Tadhg Furlong after the pair were injured in an otherwise stress-free 56-19 win over Italy on Saturday.
The changes are all in the pack, with Luca Bigi is in for Leonardo Ghiraldini at hooker, Nicola Quaglio at loosehead replacing Andrea Lovotti and Braam Steyn at openside in for Renato Giammarioli.
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From there it was one-way traffic and a second try soon arrived when some delightful interplay led to scrum-half Murray darting over to score.
In the 53rd minute, captain Rory Best got in on the act for Ireland - his first Test try for five years - and Joey Carbery's first conversion made it 42-0.
However, Henshaw's injury clearly looks more serious and he is due to have a scan tomorrow and it is possible that his Six Nations could be over already at this early stage.
Italy fashioned a response when fly-half Tommaso Allan scored and converted his own try.