South African winger Cheslin Kolbe is widely regarded as one of the most elusive players in the game.

And that might be selling him short.

His hot-stepping footwork, coupled with a roaring turn of pace make him a defender's nightmare and he gave Ireland international and Lions hopeful Jacob Stockdale a torrid time in the first half of Toulouse's Champions Cup clash with Ulster.

The World Cup-winner dotted down for two scores, evading Stockdale on both occasions.

Kolbe's first effort was fairly routine and Stockdale can't really be blamed as he raced across in a desperate attempt to make a difficult defensive play.

Stockdale will feel he should have done better with the second, though, as Kolbe stood him up and stepped him on the inside, staying inside the five metre channel before bursting away to score.

Social media marvelled at Kolbe's finishing ability as he helped Toulouse to a 15-3 half time lead.

In the second half, Toulouse kicked on and took control of the game, with tries from Antoine Dupont and Pita Ahki giving them a commanding lead.