Former NRL try-scoring machine Semi Radradra has made a habit of running over people of all shapes and sizes.
The Flying Fijian, who tore up the NRL before sensationally quitting to join French powerhouse Toulon, thought he would over the weekend too, as his Bristol Bears hosted Harlequins in the English Premiership semi-final.
But Louis Lynagh – the son of legendary World Cup-winning Wallaby, Michael – had other ideas.
With the Bears on a rampage, Radradra caught the ball back on the inside from England fullback Max Malins and moments later was put on his backside as he felt the full force of Lynagh.
“Louis Lynagh, to step off Malins and to pile drive his left-shoulder into the sternum of Radradra, that is an unbelievable tackle,” former British and Irish Lions winger Ugo Monye said in commentary for BT Sport.
In just his second start in the English Premiership, Lynagh was one of…