VIDEO: Barrett rocks their sock off in Japan
WATCH as All Black great Beauden Barrett rocks the fans just moments after stepping into the Japanese club circuit for the first time.
Barrett made a significant impact for his Japan club, Sungoliath, as he completes his move to the country.
The 29-year-old recently moved to Japan as part of a lucrative deal in the country, where he links up with the likes of Samu Kerevi and Matt Giteau at the club.
He played in a training game on Boxing Day, Saturday, on his debut for the club.
It is safe to say he will make an impact.
It is rumoured that the New Zealander will be paid millions for this lucrative short stint at the club.
His contract allows him to play one year outside of New Zealand, ahead of the 2023 World Cup in France.
Watch below: Beauden Barrett touches down in Japan on December 15, the club filmed his entire first day in the country.
[2020 TRAINING MATCH #3]
26th Dec. 2020 [Sat] vs BRAVE LUPUS
13:00 KO @ Fuchu Asahi Football Park
Photo Report -6ADVERTISEMENT
— サンゴリアス君 (@sungoliath) December 26, 2020
He has already made a big impact at the club.
He came on in the second half of a training game this weekend for the side as they played Brave Lupus.
It took him just a few minutes to get onto the scoresheet as he made one of his trademark runs through the middle of the opposition defence.
Japan is sure to see much more of this from him!
- Source: RugbyOnslaught