Marcus Smith was phenomenal for the majority of Harlequins’ Champions Cup win against Montpellier but was mocked for missing a late kick.
England’s golden boy lost his composure eluded him as he missed a straight-forward conversion to put his side up by 15 points, which would have seen them into the Champions Cup quarter-finals.
Montpellier won the first leg in France 40-26, meaning Harlequins only lost out by one point over the two legs, after winning 33-20 at home in the Stoop.
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Five things you didn’t know about Marcus Smith
#1. Early life
Smith was born in Manila in the Philippines and picked up the game at the age of 7 with Centaurs RFC when his family decided to move to Singapore, he learnt the game there before moving to Sussex as a 13-year old. He also has two younger brothers, Luc and Tomas.