He managed to find an inch right in the corner to touch down
Australia made it three wins from three after their November Test Series victory over France last night, but Michael Cheika's side were forced to dig deep to grind out a win in Paris.
The Southern Hemisphere side, who already have gotten the better of Wales and Scotland this month, withstood a late fightback to beat the French and now look ahead to Ireland next week at the Aviva Stadium.
Their victory comes partly thanks to Tevita Kuridrani, who scored a stunning try in the second half to make sure Australia did enough to secure the win.
The Wallabies ran out 25-23 winners at the Stade de France and without doubt one of the moments of the game came from the number 13.
Charles Ollivon did all he could to try and prevent the 25-year-old touching down, but Kuridrani found an inch to touch the ball down and ensure victory for the visitors.
"I think we all thought we were watching NRL for a moment when he went in with his whole body over the sideline," Cheika said of the try.
"NRL wingers; they're professional at it now and we had a bit of a laugh."