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'It blew up like a balloon and he couldn't walk': The bizarre cause of a Melbourne Storm player's injury Melbourne Storm halfback Brodie Croft was a surprise omission on Friday night He was ruled out with a knee injury on the afternoon of the round 25 NRL match Cameron Munster revealed the real reason why Croft didn't play after the game He joked coach Craig Bellamy will ban extra-curricular activities for next month 

By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 09:07 BST, 1 September 2018 | Updated: 09:07 BST, 1 September 2018

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The real reason why Melbourne Storm playmaker Brodie Croft was a surprise omission from their round 25 NRL clash on Friday night has been explained.

The halfback was ruled out with a knee injury on the afternoon of the match with rookie Scott Drinkwater earning a last minute call-up.

Croft was joined on the sidelines by fellow injured star Cameron Munster, who  unveiled the bizarre reason why his halves partner was missing from Melbourne's shock 22-16 loss against Penrith Panthers.

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