According to Gareth Anscombe, a fly-half man from Six Nations Wales Rugby, his return to rugby took much longer than expected, but it made the destination even more beautiful. After the 37-minute exhibition game between the Ospreys and the Northampton Saints. Rugby fans can buy Six Nations Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

Anscombe returns to Rugby after 761 days of injury
Anscombe returns to Rugby after 761 days of injury

Anscombe completed his first game in over two years without a hitch and was replaced as scheduled. In the 761 days following his knee injury in the Twickenham game against England in August 2019, this performance made a huge improvement, then worsened the problem in October 2020, leading to a new one. The time of year is on the sidelines.

But the 30-year-old joined the Cardiff Blues’ Ospreys in the summer of 2019, eventually losing to the Saints 31-26, making his debut for the Swansea-based club.

After Mat Protheroe’s early attempts, Anscombe made a sideline switch and was in ecstasy, everything went according to his return plan.

“The knee has recovered very well. I hope this is the start of my journey with the Osprey. All in all, I am very happy and very happy to be there.

“I never thought it would take this long. This is a long and difficult road. Now I look forward to playing rugby all year round. I hope I can do this Osprey team can lead.”

As the recovery accelerates, the ramps up

Anscombe’s first injury came at the worst time. He just succeeded in Wales in the 2019 Guinness Six Nations Grand Slam and became Wales’ number 10 favorite player.

In the 761 days following his knee injury in the Twickenham game against England
In the 761 days following his knee injury in the Twickenham game against England

In Cardiff’s memorable win over Ireland, he scored 20 points and now hopes to return to the 2022 international championship in three years’ time.

But after returning to the court after a winding road, Anscombe eagerly expressed his gratitude to those who helped him on his way.

“It’s a lot longer than I originally thought it’s very tough, it’s been through a lot of ups and downs,” Anscombe added.

“They tolerate me being very negative and sometimes very frustrated. I am thankful to have such a solid system around me, which is nice, and then we are finally there. It is a combination of many things. At times I get help from the trade unions (WRU).”

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