South Africa scrum half Faf de Klerk made a 60-metre intercept against Worcester on Saturday to score a fantastic individual try at Sixways.
After scoring the try he collided with Worcester fly half Duncan Weir, resulting in a scrap in front of the cameras.
Despite de Klerk’s moment of magic, it wasn’t enough to earn a win for Sale as Worcester came out with a 20-13 win.
De Klerk joined Sale in 2017 and played a key role in South Africa’s recent World Cup triumph, making him a crowd favourite not just in the Premiership but around the world.
It’s that man AGAIN 🇿🇦
Not content with a World Cup winner’s medal 🥇 @fafdeklerk displaying some of his world class awareness and rugby IQ 🧠
— Premiership Rugby (@premrugby) December 1, 2019