8 AMAZING Mauls Leading to Tries! | Rugby World Cup

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Mauls can be just as important as moves out the back when it comes to scoring tries, here we look back on 8 amazing forward packs to break over the try line from the maul in Rugby World Cups. Featured in the video: Faf De Klerk (South Africa), David Pocock (Australia) and Michael Leitch (Japan).

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