Kenya’s Collins Injera is one of the most entertaining men in Rugby Sevens, so when he scored his 200th try at Twickenham in London at the weekend, he did so in style.
Collins took a permanent marker out of his sock and decided to sign the ball he had just carried over for the score.
But he wasn’t done there.
Injera then decided to copy a move often performed by tennis players, unaware of one significant difference.
He then walked over to sign a camera. It is a practise seen in tennis but little did Injera know, the players sign a protective cover instead of the lens itself. The lens – now permanently marked with Injera’s autograph – costs in the region of £60,000…
— World Rugby Sevens (@WorldRugby7s) May 17, 2015