Former France international Zinedine Zidane shows off his rugby skills by scoring a try in charity rugby-football match.
Former France international Zinedine Zidane scored a try in a recent mixed rugby-football match for charity.
The 43-year-old, who currently coaches Real Madrid's reserve team, took part in the clash between France's World Cup 1998 winners and Toulon.
The retired footballer proved that his skills extend to other sports as he charged past his opponents, including Delon Armitage, to score a try.
The hybrid game comprised 45 minutes of football and 45 minutes of rugby.
Watch Zidane's try in the video below:
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