Injured from the first minute of play in the quarter-final of Champions lost Sunday on the ground of Union Bordeaux-Bègles, the international hooker of Racing 92 Camille Chat suffers from a fractured fibula. He will be absent between six and eight weeks.
Another bad news for Racing. Hooker Camille Chat, quickly injured on Sunday in the Champions Cup quarter-final lost in the last second against Union Bordeaux-Bègles (24-21), suffered a fractured fibula. The player himself announced it on his Instagram account on Monday evening. Camille Chat will be unavailable for six to eight weeks and will therefore miss the expected derby against Stade Français on Saturday evening, on behalf of the 21st day of the championship.
Already injured this winter
The Racingman had to leave his partners from the first minute of play and give way to Teddy Baubigny. It’s a very big blow for the French international (25 years old, 33 caps) but also for the Ile-de-France club, currently third in the Top 14. Laurent Travers’ men were faced with many absences this weekend, with injured (Teddy Thomas, Bernard Le Roux, Virimi Vakatawa, Simon Zebo, Henry Chavancy) but also the suspension of Scottish opener Finn Russell.
Camille Chat, him, will have to once again take his illness patiently. He had already been injured this winter, with a tear in the calf, before settling for a place to replace Julien Marchand in the XV of France during the Six Nations Tournament.