It was one of the most memorable moments of the 2019 World Cup so far and now you can relieve it in stunning 360 footage.
The interactive footage provides viewers with an opportunity to watch Kenki Fukuoka’s 59th minute try from a variety of angles. Just move your device around to turn the camera, while desktop users can grab the screen and control the camera with their cursor.
The view of the Japan players celebrating the try is great, but we particularly like watching the crowds reaction as the hosts finally got their reward after a stunning performance against Joe Schmidt’s team.
This isn’t the first time we’ve been offered a different view of the action in Japan, with Canon releasing a brilliant on-field replay of George Bridges’ try for New Zealand against South Africa.
More of this please!
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