Fiji scored a fantastic try against Japan in the Pacific Nations Cup on Saturday in Iwate.
The try was started and finished by centre Levani Botia in the first half and it was a classic Fiji try, filled with offloads and flowing rugby.
Botia fed flanker Semi Kunatani inside Fiji’s half and the Harlequins forward made a clean break down the middle of the pitch before offloading to scrum half Frank Lomani.
The half back was taken down by a Japanese defender but was able to find Kunatani with a return pass, who then linked up with Botia to finish off the try.
Fiji with all the flair. @fijirugby keep the ball alive with some incredible offloading to score at #PNC2019 pic.twitter.com/8FS6PqPN4E
— World Rugby (@WorldRugby) July 28, 2019
This was Fiji’s first points of the game, but it wasn’t enough to topple Japan who ran away with a 34-21 win.
Full match highlights are available below: