He Scotland forward David Cherrywho played last Sunday in the defeat against South Africahad to leave the rugby world cup that develops in France after fall down the hotel stairs and suffer a bang in its head, announced today the Scottish Union.
Cherry32 years old, who was replaced on the squad by Stuart McInallyhad entered the second half in the match in which Scotland lost to the South African world champions and played 34 minutes last Sunday in the city of Marseilles for him B Group.
Confirmation of the accident of the Scotland player
“Cherry (1.83 meters and 107 kilos) suffered a concussion after an accident at the hotel earlier this week and is now following return to play protocols,” the British statement states.
In this context, he indicates that, as a result of the injury, “Cherry ended his participation in the tournament.”
“I am extremely disappointed to leave the team with a concussion. I loved my stay these days,” said Cherry, who earned his first chapter versus South Africa the last date. “I want to wish the team the best for the rest of the competition,” declared the Scottish player.
According to what was recorded, the accident occurred last Monday, within the framework of a free dayin the hotel where the team is staying.
Scotland will play again on the 24th against Tonga in his second appearance in the World Cup.
Meanwhile, on October 7, the chances of qualifying will be played quarter finals.
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