Incredible Conor Murray Stat That Shows He Loves Playing Against The All Blacks
Before a ball was kicked, Conor Murray was always going to be one of the first names on the team sheet for the Test games.
The Irish nine is widely regarded as the best scrumhalf in the world right now, and once again proved his worth on Saturday as the Lions levelled the series with the All Blacks in Wellington.
Murray bagged the Lions second try at the Westpac on Saturday, taking his tally against the All Blacks up to four. In doing so, he became the first northern hemisphere player to score four career tries against the All Blacks.
In two of those games, he was on the winning side.
Conor Murray has now become the first northern hemisphere player ever to have scored FOUR career tries in tests against the @AllBlacks.
— Stuart Farmer (@Stu_Farmer) July 2, 2017
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