UBB fly-half Matthieu Jalibert, injured against Toulouse on Sunday, suffers from a “finger dislocation”, according to his three-quarter coach Frédéric Charrier.

“It is a finger dislocation. We tried to reduce it on the ground, it didn’t work so we took it out quickly, ”said the Girondin technician.

According to broadcaster Canal, Jalibert left Stade Ernest-Wallon to go to Toulouse hospital for further examinations.

The international opener started the match against the Rouge et Noir, lost 31-17 on behalf of the 24th day of the Top 14, on the bench.

Entering the game in the 59th minute, he came out quickly (73rd), visibly hit with a finger of his left hand during a clash with Toulouse’s Romain Ntamack.

Jalibert had not played for two months due to a sprained left ankle during training for the XV of France in early March.

A key UBB player, Jalibert has played in thirteen Top 14 matches this season, eleven as a starter.