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Liam Williams Dan Biggar and Wales coach Warren Gatland take a swipe at legend JJ Williams as fly-half makes point
- Biggar produced a dazzling performance in 13-6 win against England
- The 29-year-old started in Cardiff in place of the injured Gareth Anscombe
- JJ Williams claimed Wales would not win the World Cup with Biggar at fly-half
By Will Kelleher For The Mail On Sunday
Published:20:06 BST, 17 August 2019|Updated:20:06 BST, 17 August 2019
Dan Biggar silenced his harshest critics with a dazzling man-of-the-match performance in Saturday’s win against England, after a 1970s legend said that Wales would never win the World Cup with him wearing No 10.
The combative fly-half, 29, started in Cardiff in place of the injured Gareth Anscombe, who was ruled out of the tournament this week having torn his cruciate knee ligament.
JJ Williams, who won 30 caps on the wing during the golden era of the 1970s, had said that Wales would not triumph in Japan with Biggar leading the attack.
Dan Biggar produced a dazzling man-of-the-match performance in win against England
‘Special thanks to JJ Williams for all his comments this week,’ Biggar responded after the match.
‘It has been really motivating for the team.
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