Tadhg Beirne has the internet in frenzy with 60 metre game-changing spiral kick
Tadhg Beirne has amazed rugby fans with an incredible piece of skill which you don’t normally see in a forward. The clip has gone viral across the rugby world.
The Welsh forward left the commentators bewildered on Sunday in Munster clash with Harlequins in the European Champions Cup.
Munster went on to win the match thanks to the brilliant work of the likes of Beirne in the tournament who put in a monumental performance for the men in red.
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Munster are now 6th in their pool, but they still have the likes of Exeter to compete with in the competition.
The 28-year-old wowed rugby fans in the game when he managed to boot an incredible 60 metres spiral kick, something that would be impressive even for a back.
😮 Limerick or Loftus Versfeld. Tadhg Beirne, take a bow! 👏 pic.twitter.com/3AzMXh5dlF
— Planet Rugby (@PlanetRugby) December 13, 2020
To put into context just how impressive this is. For a fly half to do this in the game, they would be praised, for a second row to do it under such pressure is just incredible.
Fans on social media were full of praise for the Irishman.
— Don Dowling (@DJinLittleton) December 13, 2020
Never be surprised by anything Tadhg Beirne does.
One of the most underrated players in the game.
He can do it all.
— Paul Williams (@thepaulwilliams) December 13, 2020
Tadhg Beirne was absolutely immense for Munster tonight. Another one of those players who you rarely see have a bad game. Quins didn’t play badly but their discipline was shocking particularly in the second half. #MUNvHAR
— Rob Sutton (@RobSutton97) December 13, 2020