Habana tweets Toulon selfie

2014-04-29 15:16
Bryan Habana (Twitter)
Toulon - Springbok wing Bryan Habana has tweeted a 'selfie' with the rest of his Toulon team aboard their team bus.

Habana featured over the weekend for his team in their Heineken Cup semi-final against Munster.

In the picture, his Toulon team were basking in the afterglow of victory after earlier advancing to the final of the Heineken Cup after defeating Munster 24-16 in their semi-final.

Habana was pictured alongside man of the match Jonny Wilkinson, who scored 21 of his team's 24 points.

Toulon are currently top of the table in France's Top 14 competition, two points ahead of second-placed Montpellier.

They also appear set to defend their Heineken Cup trophy if they can overcome Schalk Brits' Saracens who they will meet in the final, after the London-based team defeated Clermont 46-6 in their semi-final over the weekend.

Habana tweeted the picture along with the following message:

#busselfie #HCup #enRouteCardiff #AllezToulon ?????? @AliWilliams_ @BastaOfficiel @giteau_rugby @drew_mitchell @WOHZA

Bryan Habana's 'selfie' via Twitter

Read more on:    toulon  |  saracens  |  top 14  |  heineken cup  |  bryan habana  |  rugby

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