Keith Earls Broke An Incredible Record Against The USA On Saturday
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The Keith Earls show.
Munster winger Keith Earls was in a league of his own on Saturday night as Ireland eased past a hapless USA Eagles side in New Jersey.
The Limerick man grabbed a brace of tries and was instrumental in setting up a number of others, including a brilliant offload for Kieran Marmion’s try and a dazzling break to set-up debutant James Ryan.
The opposition may not have been of the highest quality, but Earls should still be applauded for his incredible display. Earls was so good in attack, he broke a record that has stood since Opta first started recording the data. 9 clean breaks. The most by any Tier One player in a Test match. Not bad at all.