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As it happened: Crusaders v Lions
Crusaders coach Scott Robertson thrilled the post-match crowd at AMI Stadium in Christchurch on Saturday when he performed his trademark break-dancing celebration moments after the Crusaders clinched their ninth Super Rugby triumph.
The Crusaders beat the Lions 37-18 to capture a well-deserved 2018 title.
Robertson did something similiar last year when the Crusaders beat the self-same Lions in the final, this time at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.
Saturday's win gives Robertson, 43, a perfect two-from-two record since taking over from Todd Blackadder as Crusaders coach in 2017.
Robertson, a 22-Test All Black, also oversaw the Baby Blacks' 2015 World Rugby Under-20 Championship victory in Italy.
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