Wales star 'sells dummy to the whole of Spain' after Morgan Morse moment of brilliance

-Credit: (Image: World Rugby)
-Credit: (Image: World Rugby)

Wales under-20s star Elijah Evans produced a fantastic dummy against Spain, with Morgan Morse also influential in the move.

The two nations met in the World Rugby under-20s Championship on Thursday, July 4. Wales won 31-10 thanks to tries from Evans, Ioan Emanuel, Ieuan Davies and Kodi Stone.

The score line was a fairly tight 10-3 gap on the half-hour mark before Evans crossed the whitewash, and it's a piece of deception from the outside centre that's caught attention of users on social media.

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Spain scrum-half Nicolas Infer was shaping up to distribute the ball near his own try line when Welsh lock Nick Thomas spotted that the ball was out, and sniped in for a steal. He offloaded into skipper Ryan Woodman, who found hooker Harry Thomas.

Finding Morgan Morse with a pass, the Ospreys number eight was tackled by two players at the same time. Using admirable ingenuity in a split second decision, Morse pinged a beautiful pass out the back door to centre Evans.

Shaping up to exploit the space out wide, Evans sold a stunning dummy before cutting against the grain and diving over for a thrilling score. The Cardiff Met student couldn't resist some afters with Diego Gonzalez Blanco, who was still holding his leg from the attempted tackle.

"There is no one outside, but he doesn't need them," the commentator quipped, "because he sells a dummy to the whole of Spain."

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Wales face France on Tuesday, July 9 on match day three.