The greatest rugby tries never scored.

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    Just seen this video on youtube and like it and its an interesting concept. All the small things that disallow a try, a toe in touch, a slightly forward pass, a high tackle few phase before the break, i dropped ball while dotting it down.

    Its not on the video but i remember faz knocking the ball out of his hands with his knee over the try line or something(prob wernt a great try why it didnt make the video)

     
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    Freddie Burns for the win!
    James Haskell 2nd
     
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    If its the one i think you mean with burns then i was at that game he had a shocker.
     
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    Burns against Toulouse
    Haskell against Wales
     
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    For us in Argentina is this. if scored it would have Been the only Win vs the AB. Ernesto ure was one of the best n8 and a role model for me in that position. one of my favorites. great line out. the footage is in the end of the clip after he explanes why he knoked on. not so clear in the image. after that, the game finished 21 :21 the famous draw of 1985. oh boy i miss that srumaging. I was at the stadium. Porta scored all the points.
     
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