Video: Naholo Scores Quickest Try Of The World Cup So Far
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Waisake Noholo may be famous for the quickest return from a broken leg ever after his miraculous recovery, but he’s now also known for scoring the quickest try of the Rugby World Cup so far.
New Zealand took on Georgia last night and were frustrated for much of the game due to many handling errors and a strong showing from the Georgians in a 43-10 victory.
Julian Savea grabbed a hat-trick but all eyes were on the returning Noholo. It took just 75 seconds for New Zealand wing as he carved open the Georgia defence to score the fastest try of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.