Wales lose Navidi and Moriarty in disastrous two-minute spell
Josh Navidi has been the best-performing ball-carrier for Wales at the Rugby World Cup but his tournament looks to be over after he was taken off against France.
Navidi made his debut for Wales six years ago but only has 22 caps to his name.
However, he has become an important part of Warren Gatland's starting XV, keeping British and Irish Lion Ross Moriarty out of the team.
But Moriarty was called upon to replace him just 28 minutes into Wales' quarter-final clash with France when Navidi appeared to suffer a hamstring injury.
The 28-year-old did walk off under his own steam but with a disconsolate look on his face, suggesting he knew how serious the issue might be.
He was given an ice-pack to strap onto his left leg but could only watch as Wales struggled to bounce back from two early French tries.
But he was joined on the sideline by his replacement Moriarty less than two minutes later.
As France once again stretched the Welsh defence, the No 8 threw a desperate tackle across the face of Virimi Vakatawa, catching him on the chin and earning a yellow card for a high tackle on the centre.
Jacques Brunel's men immediately capitalised on the one-man advantage with a try through Vakatawa himself, helping France to a nine-point lead at half-time.
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