5 Big Sports Moments You May Have Missed

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:

Israel Folau’s try against the Stormers

The Waratahs orchestrated a great backline move against the Stormers in their Super Rugby clash at Newlands, which saw Wallaby fullback Israel Folau run a fantastic line off a Kurtley Beale pass to score a five-pointer for his side.

The Bulls’ long-range try

The Bulls have evolved their rugby gameplan this year, with some impressive counter-attacking prowess. The men from Pretoria managed to score a cracking 80m try, with Jan Serfontein finally dotting down.

Eden Hazard’s goal

Blues substitute Eden Hazard struck a stunning equaliser against Tottenham seven minutes from time to make the final score 2-2, snuffing out Spurs’ hopes and ensuring a fairytale first-time triumph for the Foxes.

Paddy Jackson’s big hit and try against Leinster

Ulster flyhalf Paddy Jackson moved closer to a spot in the Ireland national side thanks to a massive tackle on Ian Madigan, followed by an intercept try almost immediately after.

The moment Leicester City won the Premier League

The Leicester City players had gathered at the striker’s house to watch Chelsea vs Tottenham, a game which ended up securing the Premier League title for the Foxes. Brilliantly, Leicester left-back Christian Fuchs recorded the exact moment the full-time whistle blew at Stamford Bridge inside Jamie Vardy’s house.

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

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