Agustin Creevy was a key piece in the incredible draw of London Irish against Sale Sharks 31-31, corresponding to the second day of the England Premiership.
In the match, the hooker played 59 minutes, heard a try, gained 18 meters, hit two tackles and caught a ball. Precisely, his first intervention of the meeting was with a phenomenal recovery to force the penalty in his favor.
Then, at 31 minutes, Creevy was the author of a fantastic try: the Argentine threw a magical offload and then continued the play to lift the ball from the ruck and launch into the ingoal to mark his conquest.
But also, the hooker showed his leadership role on the court. Faced with McGuigan’s untimely tackle on Parton, Agustin didn’t like it at all and berated his opponent for the action. Finally, Creevy was replaced in the 59th minute of the game.