Watch: Nemani Nadolo Runs Through The Entire Northampton Team & Offloads Beautifully
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Montpellier are going to be a force to be reckoned with next season.
The Challenge Cup holders have shown glimpses of what they’re capable of this campaign, and welcome Vern Cotter as their new coach and All Blacks superstar Aaron Cruden at outhalf next season.
Then there’s the small matter of Nemani Nadolo. Small is probably the incorrect word to use here, considering the monster Fijian wing is 6ft 5in and over 21st. Did we mention he’s also got soft hands and can kick penalties?
Nadolo is one of rugby’s most talented big men, and when you put all his attributes together, you’ve got a force that is damn near unstoppable. He proved this last night against Northampton, with what is probably the try of the tournament so far.
Keep an eye out for his stunning offload below, and his barnstorming run that led to one of the best tries we’ve ever seen. What a talent.
— BT Sport Rugby (@btsportrugby) January 20, 2017