'What a warrior': GWS talisman Phil Davis shrugs off ugly injury

Riley Morgan
Sports Reporter
Phil Davis dislocated his finger but nonchalantly allowed his teammate to pop it back into place. (Image: @AFL)

Phil Davies has shrugged off a popped finger as if it was nothing after celebrations with his teammates.

The GWS talisman was messing around with teammates during the warm-up when he appeared to awkwardly pop one of his fingers out of place.

But nonchalantly, Davis appeared to get one of his teammates to put it back into place without wincing.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t the only injury for the talisman during the match after Davis injured his calf in the first term against Collingwood.

He reappeared after heading down the tunnel, but didn’t seem comfortable.

Davis then injured his shoulder in the second term.

The injury was yet another major blow for GWS after losing Lachie Whitfield.

Toby Greene was also missing through suspension but will be back in the final.

GWS have held on to beat Collingwood by four points in an AFL preliminary final boilover.

The Giants are into their first grand final with the 8.8 (56) to 7.10 (52) triumph and will meet Richmond next Saturday in the premiership decider.

The Magpies came back from 33 points down early in the last quarter to almost snatch the win.