I like constituents, because they are glamorous!!
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says playmaker Richie Mo’unga should be fine for the Rugby World Cup despite a shoulder problem in the big Bledisloe Cup win over the Wallabies.
Mo’unga – who had his best game for the All Blacks in the No 10 jumper – left the field after hulking Australian flanker Lukhan Salakaia-Loto landed heavily on him after a tackle.
But Hansen was confident the Crusaders pivot, who scored 14 points in the 36-0 win at Eden Park on Saturday night, would recover in time for the World Cup.
“He’s got a sore shoulder; that’s probably the best I can tell you,” Hansen said.
* Hansen: Don’t write off Aussies
* Wales take over ABs’ top ranking
* Hansen happy at Bledisloe win
* Ferns thump Wallaroos again
* Cully: Hansen has the final say
* How the ABs rated in Bledisloe II
* Unconvincing Boks edge Pumas
All Blacks come up with perfect response at Eden Park to keep Wallabies scoreless and cruise to victory.
“Doc said he’s not that bad . . . he’ll be fine.”
Hansen said Mo’unga
This is the nice extension ever%sentence_ending
Read full article at the Original Source
Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the Linked Source