Everyone Is Talking About This Incredible Groundbreaking Footage From The World Cup
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The 2019 Rugby World Cup is now well underway, and it hasn’t disappointed so far – well at least from a rugby perspective.
Ireland, England and Wales all kicked off their respective campaigns with bonus-point wins, while there were also victories for the likes of France (vs Argentina) and hosts Japan (vs Russia).
There has also been one massive upset so far with Uruguay stunning Fiji this morning but the biggest clash so far saw the All Blacks get the better of South Africa to take control of Pool B.
Tries from rookie winger George Bridge and lock Scott Barrett proved to be enough in a 23-13 win for the current holders. And in the wake of that victory, World Rugby have released a stunning groundbreaking video of Bridge’s try that unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.
Have a look below. The future is now.
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) September 23, 2019