Watch: Anthony Foley’s Final Try For Munster Epitomises His Rugby Genius
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Anthony Foley was the definition of a smart rugby player. He may not have been the quickest, or most skilful- but he always had a plan.
The late Munster captain will forever be remembered for his phenomenal work-rate and ability to outsmart his opponent.
Always ready for the quick tap and always fully aware of his surroundings, this video uploaded by Munster’s head performance analyst George Murray truly epitomises just how smart a footballer Foley was.
In his final game against Glasgow in 2008, befitting of the man, he grabbed a try only Anthony Foley would score. Cleverly hiding behind the touch judge, before sneaking into the corner.
— George Murray (@murrayg9) October 18, 2016