The rugby community has reacted with shock and messages of support for Wallabies legend Toutai Kefu who is in a serious condition in hospital.
The 47-year-old former back rower — who played 60 Tests for Australia and now coaches Tonga — is in a serious condition after reportedly being stabbed in the stomach during a home invasion in Brisbane overnight.
The news was met with shock, sadness and anger from all over the world as many took to social media to send well-wishes.
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Kefu played 60 times for the Wallabies, including winning the World Cup in 1999 and scoring a matchwinning and Bledisloe Cup-winning try in 2001.
He made 103 appearances for the Queensland Reds during his career before moving to Japan and eventually taking up coaching, and is currently the…