Dan Biggar hails Ospreys pack after 52-19 slaying of Dragons
DAN Biggar hailed the impact of the Ospreys' forwards as the reigning Pro12 champions roared back into the play-off places with a 52-19 demolition of the Dragons.
The Ospreys ran in seven tries as they overwhelmed their Gwent opponents at the Liberty Stadium, victory helping them leapfrog rivals the Scarlets into fourth place in the table.
The hosts' pack included seven members of Wales's Six Nations title-winning squad, with the likes of Alun Wyn Jones and Adam Jones simply too powerful for the Dragons.
And Biggar, who scored one of the tries in an 18-point haul on his return, believes the Ospreys' triumph was a result of their domination up front.
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"They carried on with their form from last week (the 30-3 thrashing of England) and it was a privilege to play behind them," said the fly-half.
"It was a nightmare for the opposition. It was a good win for us but we have to keep it going next week.
"We were a little bit loose as we got a bit carried away with the amount of ball we had. We had a bit of a row at half-time about being too loose but we tightened things up and got the fourth try.
"We have got a lot of work to do but it was awesome to be back."