The World Rugby Union has confirmed that the Namibia captain will miss the next six matches due to his dismissal in the match against France, after being hit in the head by the French scrum half and causing him to break his cheekbone.
In the middle of a World Cup with several penalties of more than one game, The Namibian team will be without a captain for the rest of the World Cup. After the expulsion he suffered for the foul on Antoine Dupont, Johan Deysel received six suspension dates.
After the analysis, the World Rugby Union confirmed the penalty for the Namibian center for the blow to the head of the Frenchman, which caused the fracture of his right cheekbone. “Everything happened so fast and I couldn’t move my head fast enough. “I knew the rules and I knew right away that I had committed a penalty.”recognize the player playing Leopards of South Africa, and He added that he had contacted coach Fabien Galthie and the French team doctor to send his apology to the scrum half.
Not only will Deysel miss the last game against Uruguay and the first in the next calendar, but He started receiving insults and threats on his social networks. Due to the number of messages he sent against her, the Windhoek-born man decided to change his Instagram account from public to private.
In France they expect Dupont to be available for the quarterfinals
After confirming the cheekbone fracture, scrum half of the French team underwent surgery and the technical team led by Fabien Galthie they think that They can count on him for a hypothetical match against South Africa next time.
After the intervention, Dupont You will be able to train again within 10 daysat the limit of the match against Italy, and You should do this with a protective mask in accordance with World Rugby Union regulations. In the midst of a free date, Arthur Vincentmiddle back of Gallos, said: “He is our captain, the best player in the world. We support him a lot and we think a lot about him. He told us he’s good, so that’s positive.”.
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