Made You LOOK! 👀 | World Cup’s greatest dummies leading to tries!

World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Made You LOOK! 👀 | World Cup’s greatest dummies leading to tries!” – below is their description.

The World Cup is the home of the best and most outrageous plays in the history of the game, and in today’s video we count down the times that attackers made defenders look the wrong way with beautifully timed dummies, in our greatest dummies leading to tries! Featured in this video: Bryan Habana (South Africa), Keith Earls (Ireland) and Bernard Foley (Australia).

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