Injera Damages Ksh9 Million Camera Lens as He Makes Rugby History

Collin Injera celebrated his 200th try on the World Sevens Series by signing a ball, and camera lens. He scored his try for Kenya in a win over Japan at the London sevens, and decided to commemorate it in style. His signature however, might have got him into trouble.
“The cameraman was far from impressed… the lens that Injera signed (with permanent ink!) costs around $60,000′(about 9Milion), World Rugby says.
While his try gave Kenya a crucial win, his signature is something he may have to get worried about. The Ksh 11 million camera lens is now flowered by a Collins Injera’s permanent autograph.
On the good side his try boosted Kenya Sevens to the finals of Bowls in the tournament as they beat Japan 24-12 to reach the finals. In the finals they beat Argentina 26-7 to lift the Bowl trophy of the season ending London 7s tournament. The try makes Collins Injera third in the all-time list of scorers in the sport. He is 30 tries shy of leader Santiago Gomez Cora of Argentina.
Collins Injera, third in the all-time scoring list, crosses the line for his 200th Sevens try against Japan
The Kenya touches the ball down for the score before celebrating with disastrous effect
In a clearly prepared celebration, Injera reaches into his sock to pull out a pen and sign a ball
The 28-year-old takes his permanent marker to the expensive camera lens, which is worth around £60,000
The star signs a ball at Twickenham, to commemorate the milestone score, but then got carried away
While the player runs away to continue the game, the camera is left with a signature obscuring the view




1 comment

  1. actually he dint damage it just a minor history making signature n wth the current technology u cnt call tht damage

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