Springbok speedster Cheslin Kolbe was at it again for Toulouse on Saturday as he breezed past three defenders in the build-up to a magnificent try for Toulouse.
Kolbe's sensational footwork has been a hot topic in the build up to the Champions Cup semi-final against Exeter and the World Cup winner did not disappoint when it came to showing off his fleet footwork.
“When I was a kid growing up at home, whenever I went to take a shower or to get something from the fridge in the kitchen I always used to run and make sure I sidestepped something,” Kolbe said in the build up to the clash.
“I also developed it playing touch rugby in the streets with my friends, trying all kinds of things to give the person trying to stop me a bit of a headache. I can step off both feet. A lot of players are mostly dominant off one foot, but I put as much emphasis on both feet. To be honest, sometimes I don’t know what I do on the field. It’s just my body taking over. I surprise myself.”
— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) September 26, 2020
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