FORMER Manchester United goalkeeper Fabien Barthez has tried his hand at rugby – with the French national team.
Barthez, 52, was filmed training with France kicking coach Vlok Cilliers.
The World Cup winner left coaches stunned after kicking a perfect conversion.
Posting the short clip on social media, Cilliers wrote: “Fabien Barthez – world class goalkeeper for France and Manchester United was in camp.
“I help him with a few pointers and look at the outcome!!!”
Barthez joined Man Utd from Monaco in 2000 and spent four years with the Red Devils.
During his time at Old Trafford he won two Premier League titles.
He went on to play for Marseille and Nantes before retiring in 2007.
One year later, the ex-goalkeeper pursued a career in Motorsport, competing in events such as the French GT Championship, Bioracing Series and the Caterham Sigma Cup France.
He also entered the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 2014, finishing 29th overall and ninth in the LMGTE Am class driving Team Sofrev ASP’s Ferrari 458.
Barthez joined the French rugby team during their Rugby World Cup preparations.
Les Bleus face Italy on Friday.