Cape Town – Kvaga Smith was the receiving end of the "must-see" handle fail as Lions fell to a 36-10 defeat against the dominant Crusaders in Christchurch on Friday.
Starting at no. 8 – and also ascended to the captain in the absence of the injured Warren Whitley – Smith gave him all his days in a familiar way, but the Lions were simply overcome.
The hosts scored five attempts for only one of the Lions, but there was one five-pointer in particular that set aside.
The Crusaders were 10-3 up and in the attack, as the end of the first half approached before the ball was spread wide in the right wing Sevu Reece.
Fijian took the ball in a pace and crashed into Smith, who tried to solve it, but instead flew backwards after the shot.
Reyes continued to achieve the first of his two attempts at night – and fortunately Smith managed to raise and continue.
Take a look at the incident below:
Seve Raise activates the BERLIN MODEK, sending Kwangga Smith flying through the air on the road to achieving a fantastic attempt for Crusaders against the Lions in their #SuperRugby collision ???? pic.twitter.com/Uw55bwivoi
– SuperSport (@SuperSportTV) April 26, 2019