"Lost for words" - Will Greenwood lays into Steve Borthwick's England tactics on epic rant - Ruck

“Lost for words” – Will Greenwood lays into Steve Borthwick’s England tactics on epic rant

Former England centre Will Greenwood has launched an epic rant after witnessing England narrowly clinch victory against Samoa in the Rugby World Cup.

“Genuinely, I’m slightly lost for words as to what I’ve just seen. Painfully slow, set piece fell apart which is unusual,” began the 2003 World Cup winner.

Greenwood questioned the selection of Jonny May and Owen Farrell as he delved into the game in tremendous detail. England were seven minutes away from defeat against Samoa on Saturday before substitute Danny Care’s decisive try.

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Caleb Muntz of Fiji kicks the ball out of play and celebrates with team mates the win over England during the Summer International match between England and Fiji at Twickenham Stadium on August 26, 2023 in London, England. ( Photo by Phil Mingo/PPAUK )