WATCH: Vince Aso Scores Gravity-Defying Try For Hurricanes… WATCH: The Stormers Tell Terrible Jokes Retired: Hernandez has called an end to his career (Getty Images) The Argentinian legend has decided to retire from rugby with immediate effect after suffering injury for Jaguares And yet the game of rugby, of which he has been a brilliant servant, has inflicted one too many injuries on his body. In a recent Super Rugby match for the Jaguares he suffered a knee injury which has forced him to retire from the game with immediate effect.“The cruciate ligaments aren’t affected but it’s very painful and the demands of Super Rugby don’t allow me to play in this competition diminished,” Hernandez said.“So I’ve decided to stop playing rugby. There you go, it’s finished. I didn’t want to have any regrets, I think I wanted the end to come on a rugby field.”It is a sad announcement for rugby, and yet what is clear in rugby, is that when you’ve had enough, you’ve had enough.Deft: Hernandez was famous for his offloads (Getty Images)When pressed on what the future holds, Hernandez said; “We’ll see! First of all I’ll take six months off for me and my children. I’m going to be a normal father, taking the little ones to school in the morning and collecting them in the evening.” Juan Martín Hernández est éternel Quel geste de grande classe signé “El Mago” ! #ENGvARG cc @PSaintAndre @PierreAmmiche @LaurentDepret @BoucherieOvalie pic.twitter.com/AAUxK2JDa0— SFR Sport (@SFR_Sport) November 11, 2017 WATCH: The Stormers Tell Terrible Jokes WATCH: Vince Aso Scores Gravity-Defying Try For Hurricanes In a recent video, the Stormers backs and… LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Watch: Incredible kick from Jordie Barrett Hurricanes and All Blacks full-back Jordie Barrett shows… WATCH: Vince Aso Scores Gravity-Defying Try For Hurricanes Expand Expand Coaching, and teaching the game could be on the horizon, but right now all we can do is thank El Mago for his rugby career. Collapse Juan Martin Hernandez Retires From RugbyEl Mago – The Magician – has called it a day on a illustrious career.Juan Martin Hernandez has amazed and excited crowds for nearly 20 years now, from Stade Francais in France, to the Jaguares in his home Argentina.He also had over 70 action-packed appearances for Los Pumas too, with the 2007 World Cup being a particular highlight for the 35-year-old veteran. After being selected at fly-half, he helped Argentina beat the hosts France in the very first game in the tournament 17-12.He would eventually guide them to a third place after beating France again in a final play-off match. Hernandez was nominated for an IRB World Rugby Player of the Year award in 2007 thanks to his exemplary play.Deft offloads, audacious kicks and a brilliant flair for the game, often Hernandez’ left people wondering what he was thinking. But more often that not, we were left wondering, ‘how on earth did he do that?’ That is often the way with geniuses. Watch: Incredible kick from Jordie Barrett Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook and Twitter.