5 Big Sports Moments You May Have Missed

Sports moments this weekend May 23

We take a look at the biggest and best sporting moments from this past weekend.

Some tight encounters, brilliant individual performances, and dramatic moments made for an incredibly entertaining weekend of sport. But with so many great highlights, we decided to rank out top 5; so without further ado, here are our picks of the best sporting moments from the past weekend:

Fife’s last-gasp try

Scotland’s Dougie Fife secured the Scots’ first-ever World Sevens Series title with a brilliant try against South Africa in the final moments in the Cup final at Twickenham.

Baker’s burning of New Zealand:

USA beat New Zealand in the London Sevens Cup quarter-finals, with Perry Baker scoring four tries in the win – and they were quite the impressive 5-pointers.

Injera’s record-breaking moment

Kenya’s Collins Injera made history overnight with the Sevens star becoming the all-time leading tryscorer in Sevens history, followed by an emotional celebration with his family in the stands.

Juan Mata’s goal to seal the FA Cup

Manchester United’s Juan Mata volleyed a chest pass from Fellaini to score a brilliant 80th minute goal which secured the FA Cup title for his side.

Crusaders and Highlanders deliver the thrills

The match-up between the seven-time Super Rugby winners, the Crusaders, and defending champions, the Highlanders, brought the expected excitement, with a standout period of play coming in the 50th minute.

What was your favourite sporting moments this past weekend? Tweet us @MenStuffZA and let us know your favourite.

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