WATCH: Who Noticed Jack Conan’s Wardrobe Malfunction In The Build-Up To Byrne’s Try?
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It was a tale of two wingers yesterday evening at the Aviva Stadium, with Ulster’s Jacob Stockdale spurning a chance on the left flank, before Leinster’s Adam Byrne made no such error on the right.
Byrne’s second-half try, along with a Ross Byrne penalty proved to be enough to send the defending champions through in the end – in a thrilling Champions Cup quarter final affair.
But it’s Jack Conan who deserves the credit for that crucial try, with the back-row making an excellent break to put Byrne in – despite suffering a bid of a wardrobe malfunction along the way.
The 26-year-old’s shorts fell down as he sprinted past the Ulster defence, and he even managed to have a go at pulling them back up mid-break. And he didn’t even break his stride. Impressive stuff!
HUGE try for Leinster! 🙌
Sensational play from Jack Conan and Adam Byrne touches down in the corner!
The Ireland back-rower even managed to pull his shorts up mid-break, outstanding! 👌 pic.twitter.com/FCx85VJ9y0
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) March 30, 2019