The incredible effort was scored by the Waikato Chiefs, who play in the southern hemisphere's Super Rugby competition, on Saturday.
The Chiefs were deep in trouble on their own try-line when they took possession of the ball.
But instead of kicking for territory, they set about attacking from deep.
Full-back Damian McKenzie picked up the ball, evaded the first tackle and the rest is history.
The Chiefs picked up the ball on their own tryline
Chiefs pulled off two stunning offloads on the way to scoring
The Chiefs lost the game – despite this stunning try
Six players, eight passes, two stunning offloads and 23 seconds later, winger Toni Polu had touched down for a try.
That put the Chiefs ahead but it wasn't all good news for the New Zealand side as they fell to a 34-26 defeat.
Fans on Twitter were left stumped by what they'd seen.
One wrote: "I agree that chiefs try is the best try I've ever seen and I mean ever."
The Chiefs' try will go down as one of the greatest ever
Another posted: "There was an absolutely filthy try from the Chiefs in that game too."
A fellow fan agreed and said: "Any rugby fan do yourself a favour and find and watch the Chiefs first try against the Stormers today. Insane skills #superrugby #chiefs."
While another impressed supporter added: "Best try I've see live… awesome stuff from the Chiefs! #crazyskills #offload #trytime."