Super Rugby Pacific: Crusaders coach Scott Robertson bids farewell with one last victory dance at Hamilton

Departing Crusaders coach Scott Robertson hasn't disappointed fans, busting out his patented breakdance moves to celebrate his team's seventh Super Rugby crown in as many years.

With his elevation to the All Blacks role next year, 'Razor-Ray' may have to hang up his dancing shoes for good, after the southerners overcame the Chiefs 25-20 to cap off their all-conquering dynasty under his stewardship.

Robertson's victory jig has become a feature of that run, but was somewhat hampered last year, with off-season knee replacement looming. His exit from the Crusaders means he will turn 53, before he gets another chance to strut his stuff at this level - if ever.

"I am a deadset freestyler," he told Sky Sport. "When I get there, I just make it up.

"It's really hard, but if they start chanting, I'll dance."

An air of expectation hung over FMG Stadium, with hardcore Crusaders supporter holding back for one more dance. Their wait was worthwhile, as star first-five Richie Mo'unga joined his coach with an impromptu caterpillar move.