Nehe Milner-Skudder had an amazing 2015, going from an ITM Cup player whom very few outside of New Zealand had heard of, to Super Rugby star, to World Cup hero. The winger was immense for the All-Blacks, scoring six tries as Steve Hansen’s side became the first ever team to capture a third World Cup, and the first to accomplish such a feat.
However, judging by his teammates more so than NMS himself in this video by SKY Sport NZ, the 24 year-old thinks it is all quite easy. This clip was taken after the winger’s first Super Rugby game for the Hurricanes, where he had just one touch late on having come off the bench, and he created a try.
Then again, maybe it is all too easy for him, continuing his fine form throughout the rest of the Super Rugby season, before scoring a brace on his All-Blacks debut, and helping the side to a third William Webb Ellis Trophy. What a player.