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David Pocock dislocates his finger while making a turnover

David Pocock dislocates his finger while making a turnover
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A week ago Brumbies flanker David Pocock put in another top performance against the Waratahs, but managed to dislocate his finger in the process. In typical fashion, he soldiered on, simply needing a bit of attention and having it pulled back into place.

He played most of the game like this, and while current Wallabies skipper Michael Hooper also had a top game, Pocock continues to show week in and week out that when he’s fit, there are very few better, and tougher, than him in world rugby.

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  •  stroudos
    stroudos
    12:31 PM 14/05/2015

    He's bloody awesome isn't he. This clip's actually a perfect example - he gets into that position over the ball so quickly and once he's there it's seems almost impossible to move him. It's like he's stuck to the ball with glue. Presumably the finger dislocation came about because the Tahs players had to use so much force to lever him off.

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  •  drg
    drg
    1:45 AM 12/05/2015

    A scary player for the opposition to have....

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