Jordan Larmour’s Footwork Against Northampton Yesterday Was Actually Frightening

Electric.

Leinster became the first team to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions Cup yesterday evening with a seven-try demolition of Northampton Saints at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

For the second successive week, the four-time European champions destroyed the Premiership leaders, running out 50-21 winners in the end.

Garry Ringrose bagged himself another hat-trick, while New Zealander James Lowe once again ran absolute riot down the left wing, bagging a try himself in the second half.

But the man of the match award went to fullback Jordan Larmour who was nothing short of electric throughout the game. His footwork at times was absolutely breathtaking.

Rob Kearney was a second half replacement and he must be thinking his time as Ireland’s first-choice fullback may be over given just how good Larmour has looked this season.