"We need him back" - Dan Biggar's Wales career could be over after horrible injury - Ruck

“We need him back” – Dan Biggar’s Wales career could be over after horrible injury

Dan Biggar’s Wales career could be in jeopardy following a serious injury he sustained during the victory over Australia.

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Biggar, who uncharacteristically left the field after just 12 minutes, suffered a pectoral injury and is unlikely to feature in the Georgia match on 7 October. Nevertheless, Wales remains optimistic about his return for the quarter-final.

Meanwhile, his replacement, Gareth Anscombe, has made a compelling case for his inclusion by earning the player of the match award for his outstanding performance against the Wallabies.

“Hopefully it’s not too bad for Dan,” said Anscombe.

“We know how important he is for the group, particularly on and off the field with the energy he brings.

“We’ve got a couple of days off now which have come at a good time for us, and we need him back.”

Biggar had previously announced his retirement from international rugby after the 2023 Rugby World Cup to focus on his club rugby with Toulon.

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Owens said: “Definitely Healey. I only caught him towards the end of his career, thankfully.

“A wonderfully talented player and a very good pundit now, but he always had plenty say and quickly assumed I didn’t like him.

“He’s actually blocked me on Twitter, but I don’t think I’m the only one.”