Lions fans, look away now.
The Super Rugby final was over the moment Kwagga Smith was handed a red card, because there’s just no way to defeat a Crusaders outfit with 14 men on the field.
That being said the crowd at Ellis Park were treated to a comeback of sorts, although some missed line-outs and handling errors ensured the Crusaders racked up their eighth Super Rugby title.
As has become customary, coach Scott Robertson treated players and fans to his celebratory breakdance during the on-field celebrations.
— Sky Sports Rugby 🏉 (@SkySportsRugby) August 5, 2017
Some quotes from Scott via Sport24:
“It’s pretty special to do it as a player and a coach, especially on the stage it was on today,” a more serious Robertson said after the match.
“It sort of hasn’t sunk in, really. To win against the Brumbies away (2000) and then win this away, as the only team to do it, that’s what Crusaders do.
“We really worked hard to create opportunities to create history and we have.”
I would pay good money to see Johan Ackermann break it down, or become Bok coach, but it looks like we can kiss both of those goodbye.
Chin up, Vaalies, you still did us all proud.
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