In just the fifth minute of the Wallabies’ do or die World Cup quarter-final against England, Aussie hooker Tolu Latu couldn’t hide his delight at England’s Kyle Sinckler gifting back the ball to the Wallabies at a scrum.
The 26-year-old got in the face of the England tighthead prop, letting him know all about his blunder after he gave up a penalty, patting him on the head to Sinckler’s annoyance.
But the prop would have his revenge.
After a poor kick from the struggling Will Genia, England battered to within 25 metres before Farrell’s sweet flat pass found Sinckler hammering through like a runaway dumper-truck for his first international try.
KYLE SINCKLER TRY:
England went onto reach their first Rugby World Cup semi-finals in 12 years as they ruthlessly dispatched the Wallabies 40-16.
DID YOU KNOW | Sinckler became just the sixth prop to score a try in a World Cup knockout game and the first since Tony Woodcock in the 2011 final.