Fritz cited following Ireland clash
February 9, 2009
Fritz evades a tackle from Ireland's Ronan O'Gara during their clash at Croke Park © Getty Images
France's Florian Fritz has been cited for alleged gouging following his side's 30-21 Six Nations defeat to Ireland on Saturday.
The match commissioner has cited the Toulouse centre for alleged "contact with the eyes or eyes area of an opponent " during his side's opening Championship defeat at Croke Park.
The player's hearing, before an independent three-man disciplinary committee, is scheduled to take place on Wednesday in London.
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