Former Australian rugby great Michael Lynagh has been admitted to a hospital in Brisbane with a suspected stroke.
The Wallabies legend was visiting his hometown on the Gold Coast when he became ill.
The 48-year-old, who currently lives in London, is one of Australia's most celebrated flyhalfs, having led the international team to triumph at the World Cup in 1991.
Lynagh finished his 72-match international career with a record point-scoring tally, including a memorable try against Ireland during the '91 tournament, which propelled the Wallabies into a semi-final against England. From there, the team went on to claim victory over the All Blacks in the final.
Watch Lynagh in action against Ireland:
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