Cape Town - It was a game more remembered for Freddie Burns' costly showboating than anything else.
Playing for Bath, Burns celebrated a try a little too early, only to have the ball knocked out of his hands before dotting down.
But earlier in the match, South African wing Cheslin Kolbe showed just why is one of the best steppers in the game of rugby.
Receiving the ball with little space, Kolbe beat not one, but two defenders, stepping off his right foot twice before setting up a try for Toulouse team-mate Sofiane Guitoune.
Toulouse went on to win 22-20 with Kolbe's moment of magic one of the standout moments from the match.
WATCH Cheslin Kolbe's stepping magic
Cheslin Kolbe could side-step you in a phone box. ?? pic.twitter.com/EKGcN8Q9HJ— The Rugby Club (@_TheRugbyClub) October 13, 2018