World Cup – New Zealand: loss of George Bauer due to a serious knee injury

World Cup – New Zealand: loss of George Bauer due to a serious knee injury

Less origin for the All Blacks pack. Twenty times, including three times during last fall’s tour, George Bauer has been selected not to participate in the next World Cup. And for good reason: The 30-year-old, who tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, had surgery on his left spine last week. As expected, he wouldn’t be recovered in time for the big planetary meeting, which was recently confirmed by Crusaders coach Scott Robertson.

“The operation was a success. She revealed who will be the coach of the New Zealand national team after the World Cup. He underwent an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and is recovering well.” Note that New Zealanders will have to do without Sipho Reis. The Christchurch franchise winger has also injured his knee and will not travel to France. The triple world champion will be the French side’s challenger in the opening match on September 8th.

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