Leinster have just overcome Ulster in a Champions Cup epic at the Aviva stadium, and whilst things were super tense, that hasn't stopped us from taking a moment out to appreciate the sight of a man struggling to pull up his de-bagged shorts en route to setting up what could potentially be his side's most important try of the season.
13-11 down at half-time, Leinster drew first blood in the second period when Adam Byrne converted after No. 8 Jack Conan made light work of the Ulster defence at a midfield breakdown.
HUGE try for Leinster! 🙌
Sensational play from Jack Conan and Adam Byrne touches down in the corner!
The Ireland back-rower even managed to pull his shorts up mid-break, outstanding! 👌 pic.twitter.com/FCx85VJ9y0
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) March 30, 2019
The Dubliner took advantage of a big hole before exposing his very own in the fifty-fourth minute before handing off to his winger to tag on the five points.
On second look, the magnitude of the occasion did not let the 26-year-old forget his manners, the unit trying his best to recover his dignity whilst everyone else around him was going crazy.
Smooth Jack, real smooth. He even gave his shorts a mention in his post-mathc interview.
— eir Sport (@eirSport) March 30, 2019