Habana tweets midair selfie

2014-04-14 12:34
Bryan Habana (Twitter)
Cape Town - Springbok wing Bryan Habana has tweeted a selfie with the rest of his Toulon team aboard an aeroplane.

Also in the picture is former Springbok flank Juan Smith (far left) and former Springbok utility forward Danie Rossouw (far right).

Habana featured over the weekend for his Top 14 team, scoring his first try for the team as they defeated Bordeaux Begles 22-20 in Bordeaux.

Toulon are currently in second position in France's Top 14 competition, one point adrift of leaders Montpellier and ahead of Clermont Auvergne on points difference.

Habana tweeted the picture along with the following message:"#planeselfie #AllezToulon #bonneweekend"

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