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Video hilariously ridicules Dan Biggar for his constant whining

Video hilariously ridicules Dan Biggar for his constant whining

Dan Biggar did not make any fans in the rugby World at all yesterday. The Welsh fly-half was whining so much that I had to mute the TV.

Someone has made a hilarious response online to his antics and we think it is brilliant.

The Welshman who is currently playing in England for Northampton was constantly shouting and flapping at the officials in this Six Nations clash, with fans online having enough of his backchat.

It got so bad that popular online personality and diehard Scotland fan Glove39 made a video called ‘birdman’ mocking the way in which he always raises his arms in frustration.

Dan Biggar whining is not something we have not seen before.

Here is the video, we think it is hilarious!

Wayne Pivac felt the big refereeing decisions went against Wales as France claimed a first Six Nations win in Cardiff for 10 years to stay on course for Grand Slam glory.

France claimed a 27-23 victory at the Principality Stadium to make it three wins from three as reigning European champions Wales lost at home in the tournament for the first time since 2017.

But the game was not without controversy as France – leading 27-16 with 15 minutes to go – escaped sanction when second-row forward Paul Willemse knocked the ball down with wing Josh Adams set to take Ken Owens’ pass.

Adams seemed likely to score in the corner, but English referee Matthew Carley decided a penalty was punishment enough and chose not to brandish a yellow card.

“There was quite a few key moments in that game,” Wales head coach Pivac said.

“It just seemed, whenever we were playing advantage, the next ruck was killed or the ball was slowed down so we came back for the penalty.

“There was the (Willemse) slap down. We had a good look at that and I think the officials may have got that one wrong. That killed momentum there as well. Biggar whining is not something we like to see.

“Another disappointing one was when the French tighthead (Demba Bamba) came on. He went straight across the scrum and was rewarded for that. Those were the big moments in the game.”

France led 17-9 at the break, with full-back Anthony Bouthier and Willemse scoring tries for Les Bleus and Dan Biggar replying with three penalties.