Spain scrumhalf Facundo Munilla came up with a freakish 99m clearance in tough conditions when his side faced off against Georgia.
The conditions in Tbilisi saw winds of 45m/ph with both sides struggling to find touch with their kicks.
Examples of just how challenging it was for the Spanish kickers playing in 45 mph winds in Tbilisi. Even that behind your back was not so much of an advantage as kicks bounced too far whilst passes were swerving away from the players. All made for really quite an odd match. pic.twitter.com/IoAK2fLx3K— Tier 2 Rugby (@T2Rugby) February 18, 2019
However, Spanish scrumhalf Facundo Munilla did come up with a piece of brilliance that is unlikely to be seen again. A kick through by Georgia put Spain under pressure just before their tryline with the scrumhalf tracking back and collecting the ball. With the Georgians quickly gaining on him, Munilla cleared upfield with the ball crossing the touchline right before Georgia's tryline.
The kick led to Spain's second try of the match.
Spain did eventually get some luck with the wind late on though with this 99 metre touchfinder under pressure from his own tryline by scrum half Facundo Munilla which led to Los Leones second try. A freak kick that probably will not be repeated in a match by anybody ever again. pic.twitter.com/59CeLK0AFx— Tier 2 Rugby (@T2Rugby) February 18, 2019