Danny Cipriani put his off-field problems behind him as he played a crucial role in helping his new Gloucester side to an opening round victory in the Gallagher Premiership.
Gloucester beat the Northampton Saints 27-16 at Kingsholm on Saturday to get their season off to a good start.
However, all the headlines from this game have gone to Cipriani who produced a stunning pass to Charlie Sharples for a game-changing try.
The 30-year-old received the ball on the 22m line before sending a floating skip pass to Sharples on the right wing.
The former Wasps man had to contend with keeping the ball from going forward and also avoiding the intercept but he was able to put enough spin and height on the ball to execute the move to perfection.
Check it out below:
DREAM DEBUT 🙌
Danny Cipriani was on top form as Gloucester toppled Northampton!
The fly-half felt the love from coaches, pundits, players, and fans alike 👏 pic.twitter.com/ARCrESnE6y
— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) September 1, 2018
And here it is from another angle.