Scott Robertson Breaks Out His Best Dance Moves Yet Following Super Rugby Win
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The Crusaders made it an incredible three Super Rugby titles in-a-row under head coach Scott Robertson this morning with a 19-3 win over the Jaguares.
It wasn’t the best of games to watch by all accounts, with plenty of errors from both sides – but the Crusaders did enough to ensure they finished the season once again at the top of the mountain.
Departing Irish coach Ronan O’Gara now leaves New Zealand with a perfect record as he gets set to take up the head coach role at La Rochelle. O’Gara’s two seasons as assistant coach led to two titles.
But it’s head coach Robertson who deserves the credit for completely transforming the Crusaders in the last three seasons – restoring their status as the best team in Super Rugby history. They’ve now won the championship a record 10 times.
And it wouldn’t be a Super Rugby final without some breakdancing from Roberston who showed off some fresh moves following the win. What a coach. Next All Blacks boss? Don’t bet against it.
🕺🏼 Is there a better way to celebrate a #SuperRugby title than a Razor Robertson breakdance?
— Super Rugby (@SuperRugbyNZ) July 6, 2019