Teddy Thomas tore Munster to sheds in the opening 20 minutes of Racing 92's Champions Cup semi-final in Bordeaux.
The French winger scored his first try after just eight minutes, with his second arriving ten minutes later. Munster already reeling, Thomas danced through the red defence, beating four on the way the way to what looked to be his hat-trick.
However, rather than touch down himself, Thomas decided he would hand a gift off to captain and scrum-half Maxime Machenaud.
Considering it's highly unlikely that Machenaud was expecting the pass, he did well to react so calmly and dot it down.
At half-time, Brian O'Driscoll called Thomas's actions "absolutely crazy" adding "Put it down. It's a semi-final!"
"He is shredding Munster's defence right now!"
Teddy Thomas has been unplayable thus far... Two tries, it would have been a hat-trick if he didn't gift this score to a teammate
Munster have a mountain to climb... pic.twitter.com/EPAVr8dQvB
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) April 22, 2018