Back in 2010 Australian fly half Brock James had a shocker from the kicking tee during a Heineken Cup quarter-final against Leinster.
The Clermont Auvergne playmaker missed five kicks and three drop goals costing his side 23 points in total and lost his side a place in the semi-finals.
The game finished 29-28 to Leinster and commentator Stuart Barnes suggested James was scared to take the final drop goal for fear of missing, which he eventually did.
Following this defeat scrum half Morgan Parra took over the kicking duties for the remainder of the season.
James, now 39, represented Clermont 289 times in total before joining La Rochelle and later Bordeaux Bègles.