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A little Danny Cipriani magic set up a glorious coast-to-coast try from Wasps

Ex-Leinster man Jimmy Gopperth finished off under the posts after Wasps found a very non-textbook way off their own five-metre line.

WASPS HAVE A 100% record four games in to the new Premiership campaign, and it’s down in no small part to the audacity of Danny Cipriani (from the 30 second mark below).

Source: Premiership Rugby/YouTube

With his pack penned back onto their five-metre line away to Northampton on Saturday, Cipriani opted for the most unconventional means of escaping his 22; grubbering beyond the advancing defence.

He then beat George North in a race for the bouncing ball before his offload left miles of space for Jimmy Gopperth to romp home and set Wasps on the way to a 15 – 20 win.

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