Most Violent Rugby Tour | Lions Vs South Africa 2009 [ Big Hits, Fights and Tries ]

In this video, I have gathered all the best moments of the last British and Irish Lions Tour in South Africa that was in 2009.

With some of the best players in the world like Brian O’Driscoll, Ronan O’Gara, Brian Habana, Shane Williams, Bakkies Botha, Bismarck Du Plessis, and much more! The 3-match Test series featured some of the most incredible games in Rugby history.

South Africa won the first 2 games of the series and lost the third one in one of the most exciting games of rugby!

I hope that you will enjoy the video and that you are ready for what will happen in July!

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  1. Yes, SA have some serious ability to win grinding matches on home turf. To beat the Boks at home, you gotta REALLY beat them well. Otherwise the brutal trench warfare is just going to wear you down, and they'll grind out a close win.

  2. I've never hugely understood the rationale behind these games. Should it not just be one country against another, as opposed to the pick of Ireland and Britain against South Africa or whoever it may be on the given tour.

  3. The only thing I hated about this tour was that it was over in 2 games. Whilst I lost my shit when Steyn kicked the winning peanut, a big part of me was sneakily hoping he missed so that the third game would mean something special.

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