Flair like this shows why New Zealand and South Africa can’t lay a glove on Fiji
When it comes to making rugby look beautiful, there’s no better country than Fiji to play the game the way it should be played. So it’s no surprise that they are the grand masters of sevens.
With pace galore and handling skills that make a rugby ball look the size of a ping-pong ball at times, Fiji play some mesmeric rugby. With the Olympics fast approaching, the world is yet again about to see what they are capable of as they seek to win back-to-back gold medals.
World Rugby have been sharing some of Fiji’s highlights as the Olympics draws closer, including this masterclass in offloading. Any try that includes a no-look one handed offload is special, so a try that contains two is out of this world. A try like this is irrefutable proof that no country in the world plays the game of sevens like Fiji do.
Take a look:
Welcome to Offload City#HowWeSevens | @fijirugby pic.twitter.com/j2kTrBkFQf
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) July 3, 2021