Former England international Steffon Armitage scored the winning kick for Biarritz during a dramatic penalty shoot out against Bayonne to secure promotion to the Top 14.
The game was level at 3-3 after 80 minutes but despite going into extra time the Basque rivals were still even having scored an additional three points each, meaning the sides went to a penalty shootout.
After five successful kicks for either side, a miss from Bayonne winger Aymeric Luc left Armitage with the decisive kick, which he slotted with confidence.
Steffon Armitage will never have to pay for a drink in Biarritz again.
After their promotion decider against Basque rivals Bayonne was tied at 6-6 after normal time, the match finished on a penalty shootout and saw Armitage strike the winning kick!pic.twitter.com/vYs3RlgG9A
— The Rugby Paper (@TheRugbyPaper) June 12, 2021
Armitage played five games for England between 2009-11 and represented Toulon more than 150 times before signing for Biarritz from Pau in 2019.