Toulouse caused a real stir as they named Cheslin Kolbe at flyhalf for their clash against Racing 92 in the Top 14.
However, the Springbok winger did not disappoint for the defending champions has he filled the #10 jersey superbly with the likes of Romain Ntamack, Antoine Dupont and Thomas Ramos unavailable and Zack Holmes suspended.
The World Cup missed his first tackle from a scrum but recovered to make the tackle on Henry Chavancy to force the turnover which Toulouse scored from.
He also charged down a kick to set up the second try which he superbly converted from the touchline:
The World Cup winner slotted 4 of his 5 attempts at goal including this 48 metre penalty in the 58th minute:
— Jared Wright (@jaredwright17) February 16, 2020
Racing 92 went on to score a late try through Oliver Klemenczak who sealed the 30-27 victory.