The Crusaders scored a blistering try in the opening minute of their Super Rugby Aotearoa game against the Hurricanes on Sunday.
The visitors won possession from a line out overthrow inside their own half and the ball shifted through the hands of 10 players before All Blacks winger Sevu Reece finished in the corner.
The play involved 10 quick passes and the initial momentum was caused by a half break and offload from New Zealand prop Joe Moody on the Crusaders’ 10-metre line at the Sky Stadium.
⏱ First minute. First try. Welcome to Investec #SuperRugbyAotearoa @crusadersrugby!
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— Super Rugby (@SuperRugbyNZ) June 21, 2020
Reece, 23, broke into the All Blacks squad in 2019 scoring four tries in six Test matches for New Zealand and it is only his second season in Super Rugby.