New Zealand’s Ngani Laumape Scored One Of The Greatest Individual Tries Of All-Time This Morning
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The step, the pace, the power.
New Zealand centre Ngani Laumape once again let the world know that he is one of the best centres in the world right now – with a stunning try in the opening five minutes of the Hurricanes’ hard-fought win over the Blues this morning.
The monstrous midfielder somehow missed out on All Blacks selection for the World Cup in Japan last year but tries like this will no doubt have caught the attention of new boss Ian Foster.
The try also helped the Hurricanes claim a much-needed 29-27 win over the Blues who have now lost their last two games after an incredible start to Super Rugby Aotearoa.
Laumpape throws an incredible goosestep-like dummy before burning former Canes man Beauden Barrett on the outside, despite the fullback being widely recognised as one of the fastest players in the world, before charging his way over the try line.
Check it out below for yourself. What an absolute machine.
Laumape is not human. pic.twitter.com/5QJwmB6mrz
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) July 18, 2020