Wales and Ospreys scrum-half Rhys Webb has shared the damage caused to his face by international team-mate Ross Moriarty during the Dragons v Ospreys match on Sunday.
Webb took a heavy blow to the face as he attempted to tackle the rampaging Moriarty in the opening minutes of the derby game.
The game was halted for several minutes as Webb received treatment, with blood pouring from his nose.
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After the match, Webb shared a picture of his bruised and bandaged nose on Instagram, saying: “Thanks for the damage @rossmoriarty06.”
And Moriarty was swift to reply, simply re-posting the picture of Webb’s battered face with the words “always a pleasure”.
Premier Sports co-commentator Shane Williams said: “Rhys Webb will be gutted. He’s got a lovely tan, his hair is looking perfect and now his nose is slightly skewwhiff.
“It was brave defence. I think he was just a bit open, a bit high in the tackle and he came off worse.”
The Ospreys came from behind to clinch a narrow 27-23 win in the first game of the season.
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