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Watch: Haka performed by New Zealand's Black Ferns proves a hit in Belfast hotel

New Zealand perform the Haka after winning the 2017 Women's World Cup Final at the Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Brian Lawless/PA Wire.
New Zealand perform the Haka after winning the 2017 Women's World Cup Final at the Kingspan Stadium, Belfast. Brian Lawless/PA Wire.

A video has emerged of the New Zealand Women's Rugby team performing the haka in the restaurant of their Belfast hotel the day before they were crowned World Champions.

The clip, uploaded twice on the Clayton Belfast's Facebook page, has received nearly 50,000 views and almost 100 shares since Friday.

The hotel said: "It's not every day you get to experience the amazing @BlackFerns singing in our restaurant #haka #bringit #WRWC2017."

It's not every day you get to experience the amazing @BlackFerns singing in our restaurant. #haka #bringit #WRWC2017

Posted by Clayton Hotel Belfast on Friday, August 25, 2017

The Black Ferns defeated England 41-32 during the Women's Rugby World Cup Final at Kingspan Stadium on Saturday.

A day before hotel stayers and staff were treated to a beautiful rendition of the famous 'Haka'  performed by the team in the hotel restaurant.

The traditional war cry/dance is usually performed by New Zealand rugby teams to try and put fear into their opponents.

The performance by the Black Ferns definitely proved a hit.

User comments under the video read: "Outstanding," and "What a great team of girls." One user even jokingly said: "Be just like this on our wedding day."

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