We Can’t Stop Watching Tadhg Furlong’s Magical Double Sidestep Against Scotland
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Poetry in motion.
Ireland made it two Six Nations wins on the bounce yesterday afternoon with a 27-24 win over Scotland in Murrayfield.
Tries from Robbie Henshaw and Tadhg Beirne as well as a late penalty from captain Johnny Sexton ensured the men in green continued their recent excellent record against the Scots.
But there’s one moment from that match that even today still sticks out above all else and that’s this magical double sidestep from Tadhg Furlong.
122kg of raw power with the finesse of a ballerina. It’s just wonderful.
That Tadhg Furlong step though. 😍pic.twitter.com/XNK0owc6U5
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) March 14, 2021