Hand meets Face! | Rugby’s GREATEST Hand-Offs!

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In rugby, having lots of skill and pace sometimes just isn’t enough. Sometimes you need brute strength and a hand to the face! In this video we showcase the best hand-offs in Rugby World Cup history. Featured in this video: Sebastien Chabal (France), Jonah Lomu (New Zealand) and Faf De Klerk (South Africa)

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