Today, Munster's Simon Zebo plays against his future club Racing Metro. The Champions Cup clash is crucial for both Racing and Zebo's team-mates with the pool balanced on a knife-edge right now.
At half-time the score is 13-7. Munster are unlucky not to be in the lead after a superb move was kept out thanks to a last-ditch Teddy Thomas. The move was kept alive though by an outstanding piece of innovation from Zebo, who flicked on the ball one-handed to move play wide:
Zebo has form in this regard, resorting to off-the-cuff moves in the past to keep play alive. It's an instinctive aspect of his game that is invaluable and a real loss for Irish rugby going forward.
It seems it will take some of this creativity in order to unlock a fired-up Racing side. Just four points separate the sides heading into the game.