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Sport Dan Biggar's gesture to teenage opponent after destroying his team has people loving him

14:30  23 october  2021
14:30  23 october  2021 Source:   walesonline.co.uk

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Wales outside-half Dan Biggar is receiving huge praise for his classy gesture to a young opponent after he helped Northampton annihilate struggling Worcester Warriors 66-10.

Biggar scored 19 points, including a try, as he orchestrated the 10-try romp in exquisite fashion.

But it is his behaviour after the final whistle that has got people talking as BT Sport's cameras captured him offering words of advice and reassurance to 19-year-old Fin Smith - the Worcester opposite number he had just given a very harsh lesson on the pitch.

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BT Sport shared the video on social media, commenting: "Love this from @SaintsRugby's Dan Biggar

"The Welshman offering words of encouragement to 19-year-old @WorcsWarriors fly-half Fin Smith."

Presenter Sara Elgan described Biggar as "class", with pundit Ben Kay adding: "It's nice to see Dan Biggar there with the youngster just offering a bit of advice. It's a hard place to be when you are young and have the weight of the world on your shoulders."

England U20s international Smith is tipped for big things, but he endured a torrid evening at Franklin's Gardens along with his team-mates as Jonathan Thomas' side were thrashed again.

This was his first match for Worcester this season and he only made his senior debut earlier this year.

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Worcester have now conceded over 40 points in each of their last three games, adding up to a staggering 156 in total.

Biggar's reputation has soared in recent years, with one of rugby's fiercest on-field competitors regularly showing his other side.

During this summer's Lions tour he kept a promise to local club Penclawdd RFC to fly their flag, roping in a number of team-mates to pose with it in the dressing room.

Chairman Andrew Williams revealed some of the things he does behind the scenes, saying: “I can't speak highly enough of him.

“People see the competitor on the pitch and think they know him. But they don’t.

“They don’t see the boy who does presentations for our junior and senior sections, who gives up his time to be there; they don’t see the person who even comes along to the occasional training session.

“It’s more difficult now because he’s with Northampton. When he was with the Ospreys we’d see him all the time, but he still helps out when he can."

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