All Blacks captain Sam Cane has given an harm replace after he underwent corrective surgical procedure on his torn proper pectoral tendon.
Cane was operated on late final week after sustaining the season-threatening harm whereas enjoying for the Chiefs in opposition to the Blues again in March.
The Chiefs confirmed shortly after the win Cane had torn his proper pectoral tendon and will probably be sidelined for as much as six months.
On social media on Monday, the Chiefs and All Blacks skipper up to date followers on his scenario alongside a photograph of him in a hospital mattress.
‘Surgical procedure went properly,’ Cane wrote.
‘Grateful to have had an excellent surgeon who reattached my pectoral muscle but in addition tied up a number of free ends with my shoulder whereas he was in there. Wanting ahead to beginning the rehab course of and coming again stronger.’
The 29-year-old jokingly added that he’ll be resting at residence watching loads of TV sequence.
‘Within the quick time period it’s relaxation and Netflix. I’m presently on the final season of Homeland and have beloved it however will want a brand new sequence or two so hit me together with your favourites please and thanks!’
Cane will miss the rest of Tremendous Rugby Aotearoa with the harm in addition to no less than a part of the All Blacks’ upcoming July Exams in opposition to Italy and Fiji.
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