Jacob Stockdale has 12 attempts in only 14 international competitions, but few will give him more pleasure than yesterday's touchdown in a win of 16-9 over All Blacks.
The prolific winger Ulster was at the end of a clever game involving Johnny & Sexton and Bundee Aki before he put a token over the castle in New Zealand Brodie Retallick and caught the ball in front of Aaron Smith, then he threw himself to send the crowd to the Aviva Stadium in delight. .
Films from the opposite side of the earth give an alternative view of the game, the quality of the Aki pass, the way in which Stockdale determined that Ben Smith left space behind him and the precision of kicking and the pace and power that Stockdale did. he used to cross whitewash.
– Jack Murray (@mediamurray) November 17, 2018
Luke McGrath revealed that the move was carried out in the pre-game phase, but praised the 22-year-old for being able to deliver him to the best team in the world.
"This game from which Jacob fired, you do it during the week and you never know if it will work in the game, but fortunately it did.
"When Jacob got the opportunity, he saw that Ben Smith was on the line and he was hammering in there.
"And when he gets these opportunities, he's absolutely ruthless, he's an incredible shooter.