Danny Cipriani says he is “feeling fine” and has thanked fans for their concern following his sickening head clash in Wasps’ defeat to Sale Sharks on Friday.
The 30-year-old appeared to be knocked unconscious at the AJ Bell Stadium when, in the closing moments of the match, team-mate Dan Robson challenged Faf de Klerk and caused the Sale scrum-half to collide with Cipriani.
The former Sharks fly-half was treated for several minutes on the pitch before being carried off on a stretcher, after which the hosts snatched victory through a last-second Marland Yarde try.
Writing via his official Twitter account, Cipriani said: “I’m feeling fine. Thank you for the messages. I remember most of the game. Well done to Sale. Appreciate the concern.”
Sale’s win moved them four points back of third-place Wasps in the Premiership.
I’m feeling fine. Thank you for the messages. I remember most of the game. Well done to Sale. Appreciate the concern
— Danny Cipriani (@DannyCipriani87) April 6, 2018
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