Remember the name Asafo Aumua...
Coming into the tournament, New Zealand were heavy favourites to win rugby's U20 World Cup in Georgia so few would have been surprised to see the ridiculously talented side raise the trophy on Sunday evening, but the manner in which they demolished the opposition was striking, even for them.
The final score in the final was 64-17 in favour of the 'Baby Blacks' as England were simply no match for their pace and physically right from the word go, with the opening try coming after just five minutes.
England faced some grueling battles against Australia and South Africa in seriously tight games in the previous rounds, and they had nothing left for a New Zealand who had defeated Ireland by a score of 69-3 in the pool stages.
Incredibly, it was a front-row player who was the star of the final as Asafo Aumuma scored a hat-trick from the hooker position. Definitely one to keep an eye out for in the future, his third try was just ridiculous.
Aumuma was a standout throughout the entire tournament as he showed off his startling pace, and surely it won't be long before we see him in the Wellington Lions' first team.
You rarely see pace like that in the front row, Aumua has a bright future ahead of him.