WATCH: The sensational Bristol score that everyone’s dubbing ‘the try of the season’
Fans in the Gallagher Premiership were calling this Bristol Bears score ‘the try of the season’ in last night’s clash at Ashton Gate.
The Bears dismantled a youthful Saints side by 47-10 in a convincing bonus-point win.
Pat Lam’s side played an entertaining brand of attacking rugby but it was their last try of the night that really grabbed the headlines with this sensational, length of the field, effort that was finished off by Piers O’Conor.
Fans were stunned by the score that many were calling the try of the season last night.
Bristol score the try of the season last night… Wasps play tonight… pic.twitter.com/sxICvOrjx5
— The Wasps Outsider (@waspsoutsider) September 9, 2020
Fans were lauding by the free-flowing style of play from Bristol last night with this try summing up the brand of rugby that coach Pat Lam has had his side playing this season.
Watch the sensational ‘try of the season’ from last night’s. clash at Ashton Gate
Total rugby 👌😍
It’s far too easy for Bristol!
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) September 8, 2020
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