Simon Zebo took just two minutes to show Racing 92 fans what he's capable of as the Corkman marked his debut with a scorching individual try against Brazil.
Zebo took an offload on the halfway line and tore off, leaving players in his wake en route to the corner. Racing eased to a 45-7 in their pre-season Rugby Summer Cup clash against the Brazilians in Georgia.
He played his last match for Munster in the Pro12 semi-final defeat to Leinster in My having agreed to a switch to Paris last October.
Sterner tests will await but Zebo seems to have taken to life in France quickly.
In an interview with Donal Lenihan on RTÉ's Against The Head before he headed for pastures new, he opened up on the reason behind move.
"The opportunity to play for Racing 92 came up and I had to weigh up a lot of things, family, the age profile of my kids and where I was in my career. It just came down to timing.
"It's only an hour away from Cork and it's a really competitive club with exciting and talented players.
"I've no intention of going to France and chilling out and being a squad player for the rest of my contract. I fully intend on pushing as hard as I do here in Munster. I want to win silverware."
📽️ Samedi, les Ciel et Blanc ont joué leur premier match de la saison contre le @brasilrugby— Racing 92 (@racing92) July 29, 2018
Encore en préparation, les Racingmen ont marqué 7 essais pour s'imposer largement 45 à 7.
Découvrez le résumé vidéo de la rencontre. pic.twitter.com/QeMGYULdc5