In another life, Rory Best could have made a handy fly-half, if his kicking display for the Barbarians is anything to go by.
The Ulster, Ireland and British and Irish Lions legend is currently playing in an extended farewell series for the historic touring side, which has led to some interesting moments.
That includes in their game against Brazil in Sao Paulo in the early hours of Thursday morning, which somehow saw Best handed the kicking tee and asked to have a shot at goal.
With the Barbarians 19-15 up, winger David Havili carved over for a try, which was then masterfully converted by Best with a beautiful left-footed strike!
See how he got on!
The Barbarians went on to win 47-22 in the game, which was the penultimate game of 37-year-old Best's incredible 15-year career.
The hooker was due to end his playing days after a one-off appearance for the Baa-Baas against Fiji at Twickenham last weekend, however he prolonged his swansong to include the entire tour.
Best will play what is definitely his final ever game of rugby when the Barbarians take on Wales at the Principality Stadium next Saturday, November 30.