World Rugby (formerly the IRB) that governs rugby around the world has requested a full report from the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) over the concerns about George North's apparent concussion in last night's game.
Wales lost the opening game to England in a tense and narrow affair, but the main talking point after the game was how George North was allowed to continue after two apparent head knocks, the second of which appeared to knock him out.
North, who sustained the impact in the 61st minute of the match remained on the field and, having undertaken an initial review of the broadcast footage, World Rugby is seeking to establish from the WRU whether all concussion management protocols were appropriately followed.
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Meanwhile, Wales have released their injury update, saying that North passed concussion protocols during the game and after the game, but will continue to be monitored.
Read the full Wales injury update here