There was a period today on the opening day of the World Rugby U20s championship where it looked like Japan U20s would take a leaf out of their senior counterparts by beating South Africa to shock the world.
The Japanese played some wonderful rugby, and were 19-7 ahead in the first half at once stage. They lead 19-14 at half-time, before a blitz from the South Africans saw them win by a farcical margin, but Japan had impressed.
Chief among them was their senior-capped wing Ataata Moeakiola who bagged a very impressive hat-trick. Moeakiola has already been compared to Lomu, and it's not hard to see why. He's big, he's incredible powerful - but he has a size and skill combination that belies that freakish size.
Behold - Ataata Moeakiola: