137kg winger Nemani Nadolo has an insatiable appetite when it comes to hitting smaller backs.
Yet another big hit on George Furbank today perfectly displays the danger that the Fijian powerhouse poses if you get in his way.
The hit even ended up as a try assist as the Saints fullbacks wayward pass fell into the hands of Ben Youngs to walk in for the try on his 250th appearances.
Nadolo was awarded the man of the match award as Tigers went onto record only a second win in seven matches since the Premiership resumed as they overcame their lacklustre rivals 28-24 at Welford Road.
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Every Gallagher Premiership club’s most famous fan
From Mary Berry to Sir Alex Ferguson, we run through the stars in the stands for every top-flight team
Bath RFC: Mary Berry
Best known for her cakes – that definitely do not have a soggy bottom – she is beloved across the nation. The 84-year-old, who is best known for previously judging on The Great British Bake Off and her 75 cookbooks, was born in Bath has been involved with the club on a number of occasions.
Bristol Bears: Simon Pegg
The famous actor, best known for Star Trek, Sean of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, revealed in his autobiography that attended Bristol matches when attending university in the city. He revealed in an interview in 2017 that he still follows the team and he hopes to get to a game in the near future
Exeter Chiefs: Liam Tancock
Affectionately known as ‘The Tank’, Liam Tancock is a Devon born athlete to make his mark on the sporting world. Born in Exeter, Liam played for the Exeter Chiefs until he was 13 when his coach persuaded him to pursue a career in swimming over rugby. Keeping his roots close to his heart, he is a keen supporter of Exeter City Football Club and Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club.