Tries That Should Never Have Happened! | IMPOSSIBLE Rugby World Cup Tries!

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World Rugby published this video item, entitled “Tries That Should Never Have Happened! | IMPOSSIBLE Rugby World Cup Tries!” – below is their description.

Sport really has the tendency to bring out the impossible and when it comes to the Rugby World Cup those impossible moments often means crossing for a try! So here are some of the best tries that should never have happened! Featured in this video: Greig Laidlaw (Scotland), Jonah Lomu (New Zealand) and Adam Ashley-Cooper (Australia).

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