Footage of New Zealand rugby players partying as rest of world locks down
New footage shows several prominent New Zealand rugby players enjoying themselves in at festivals in their home country which currently looks like it is completely back to normal.
While the majority of the Western World bunkers down for more lockdowns, the footage reveals just how far away the rest of the world is with catching up with the New Zealand.
All Black centre Anton Lienert-Brown could be seen at a festival on his social media, partying with other Highlanders players in a world far removed from the one that many rugby fans will now know in Europe and South Africa.
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The 25-year-old Highlanders player is one of the first names on the teamsheet for the men in black in 2020, and he looks like he will be enjoying a welcome break from the sport.
Someone recorded the Instagram story on the All Black star as he partied in New Zealand this weekend.
While SA and UK suffer with COV, this is what All Black rugby players are enjoying in New Zealand! pic.twitter.com/cw2B0CuTvE
— springbokbabyyy (@springbokbabyyy) January 6, 2021
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