WATCH: Kurt-Lee Arendse RIPS through Glasgow to set up an outrageous try

Jared Wright
Screenshots of Kurt-Lee Arendse's try against the Glasgow Warriors

A stunning try assist from the Springboks star.

Springboks winger Kurt-Lee Arendse continued his red-hot run of form for the Bulls, starring in his team’s victory over Glasgow Warriors.

The top four battle in the United Rugby Championship heated up at Loftus on Saturday as the Bulls raced into a 24-10 half-time lead thanks to tries from Akker van der Merwe, Cameron Hanekom and Elrigh Louw.

The last of the three was particularly special as Arendse sped through the Glasgow defence from inside his own 22.

Kurt-Lee Arendse special

It was a well-executed play from the Bulls. Starting just outside their 22, they launched a swift attack. Louw drew in a Glasgow defender, creating a gap that Arendse exploited with his lightning speed, sprinting away upfield.

He turned on the afterburners and left Kyle Steyn in his wake as he headed into the Glasgow half.

Warriors‘ Sebastian Cancelliere flyer managed to chase down the Springboks hot-stepper finally but Arendse was able to get a stunning offload away to workhorse Louw who brilliantly managed to keep up.

Sione Tuipulotu got his arms around Louw but the back-rower had too much momentum and crashed over the line for a well-deserved try for his immense work-rate.

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Springboks flyers star as Bulls survive late Glasgow comeback in crunch URC top four clash

Bulls survive late comeback

That score gave the Bulls a 24-10 lead at the break, with Canan Moodie scoring his try early in the second half.

Two Chris Smith penalties looked to have killed the game off for the hosts, but Glasgow Warriors launched a mighty comeback after three quick-fire tries from Steyn, Cancelliere, and Duncan Weir.

Another Smith penalty looked to have denied Glasgow a losing bonus point, but Weir responded with one of his own to seal two log points for the visitors.

The Bulls move up to second place for the time being and next face Benetton and the Sharks in their final two rounds of the URC regular season.

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