WATCH: Jacob Stockdale's superb try gets even better with this brilliant footage from the stands
A famous moment in Irish rugby history.
He may only be 22-years-old but Jacob Stockdale has already earned himself a reputation as a man that delivers in the big games. After crossing the whitewash against the world champions in Dublin, that's the Ulsterman's 12th try in 14 tests.
An outrageous strike rate.
Of course, he set last year's Six Nations on fire after jinking inside to score against the Scots, scoring intercept tries against Wales, Italy and Scotland, and most memorably, the little dink and run that fooled England in Twickenham on St. Patrick's Day as Ireland clinched the Grand Slam.
With the try line in sight, he's absolutely ruthless and the world champions are just another side that couldn't keep his phenomenal talent at bay.
This whole move might just be memorised for generations to come.
After Ireland retain possession from the lineout, Sexton switches the ball right to Bundee Aki who in turn fed Stockdale. This Ulster winger’s chip was perfect, as was the bounce, and after a pulsating chase, he evaded Aaron Smith and Damian McKenzie to score a superb try.
We've all seen the angle as it happened, but the try gets even better when viewed from the stands.
We'll never get tired of seeing this.
— Jack Murray (@mediamurray) November 17, 2018