PROPWATCH: Front rows steal the show in Germany, making fools of wingers and half-backs alike
By now it should be common knowledge that we have a soft spot for Props here at Rugby Onslaught. It appears that even the top players in the world seem to underestimate the speed and ferocity that our large companions are gifted with. This proves to be there downfall every time.
Yet again this weekend we were treated to a Prop bonanza as props from both Samoa and Germany had pivotal roles in scoring moments.
German prop Samy Fuchsel showed some sublime skill to evade two defenders and touch down in the corner for the men in white. (Clip below)
In addition to this, we saw Logovi Munipola make a fantastic break the to set up a try for the Pacific Island team in the 34th minute. The former Leicester prop even had to collectiveness to execute a difficult 2v1.
This is not the first occasion that we have seen Mulipola surprising the crowds in a rugby match. Only two months ago he was attempting conversions for the Tigers.