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Emotional footage of England players passionately singing ‘God Save the Queen’ from 2003 World Cup final

Footage of the England national team singing ‘God Save the Queen’ during the 2003 Rugby World Cup final has re-emerged following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

It was announced on Thursday that the Queen had died peacefully at her royal residence in Balmoral, aged 96.

Tributes from around the world have poured in and one fan decided to share the most passionate rendition of ‘God Save the Queen’ in sporting history.

England faced the Wallabies in the final with a musician drafted in to belt out the anthem. 

In all honesty, it wasn’t needed. Just check out the video below.


The highest paid player at every Premiership club

Here is the current list of highest paid stat at every Gallagher Premiership club ahead of the 2022/23 Gallagher Premiership season…

There are a number of changes across the division with number 10’s clearly the biggest earners with only three forwards featuring on the list.

The full list can be seen below:

Bath Rugby: Sam Underhill – £475,000

Bristol Bears: Charles Piutau – £1m

The former All Black full-back or wing, who surprised many by leaving New Zealand before reaching the peak of his powers, has allegedly become British rugby’s first million pound man.

Exeter Chiefs: Stuart Hogg – £500,000

The fullback signed a new deal recently, accepting a slight pay-cut.

Gloucester Rugby: Jonny May – £320,000

Became the best paid player at Kingsholm following Danny Cipriani’s sudden departure in December.