World Cup winner Cheslin Kolbe slotted a touchline conversion against Racing 92 in the Top 14 on Sunday.
The 26-year-old Toulouse winger made a positional change to fly half for the Top 14 clash and his footballing skills were on point with 10 points from the boot.
Despite scoring three tries at the Paris La Défense Arena Toulouse lost the game 30-27 after a last minute try was scored by Racing 92 winger Olivier Klemenczak.
This result means Racing have risen to third place in the table after round 15, leaving Toulouse down in eighth.
Kolbe was one of the standout players for the Springboks during their successful World Cup campaign in Japan and scored an iconic try in the final. He joined Toulouse from the Stormers and is now one of the most sought after players in European rugby.