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American vlogger loses his mind when he reacts to Cheslin Kolbe for the first time

American vlogger loses his mind when he reacts to Cheslin Kolbe for the first time

An American vlogger loses his mind when he reacts to South African super winger Cheslin Kolbe for the first time!

An American videomaker called A.P Superior made a video called “Cheslin Kolbe – THE AMERICAN REACT TO RUGBY FAST FEET AND HIGHLIGHTS * LIGHTNING FAST FEET * |BOOM|”. An awful title we know.

He was reacting to the South African speedster for the first time online having no idea about how good the player was.

From the moment the American saw how good Kolbe was, he lost it!

The videomaker had to rewind the video several times because he could not get over what he was witnessing. The way he reacts to Cheslin Kolbe is brilliant!

What we would give to be able to see Kolbe in action for the first time again!

The World Cup-winning winger is known for wreaking havoc on the wing, but World Cup-winning Springbok Cheslin Kolbe went into unchartered territory with a shock positional switch for Toulouse earlier in the season.

The dancing feet of Kolbe have lit up Rugby World Cup 2019 with the winger showing that size isn’t everything, his footwork and pace allowing him to turn a defence inside out and leave players clutching at thin air in his wake.

The Springbok started six tests in 2019 and scored five tries, including two in the pool stage against Italy when he was named Player of the Match. An ankle injury ruled him out of the semi-final with Wales but the Springboks was able to return to form for the final game where he scored that famous winning try, skinning Owen Farrell in the process.

We are massive fans of Kolbe here at Rugby Onslaught and we still can’t quite believe that we get to see him in action at 10 for Toulouse! He temporarily played at 10 for the French team in January and he actually played very well! Kolbe normally plays on the wing so it was interesting to see him try out a different position.