Sarah Hunter gives incredible interview after England's defeat in the World Cup final - Ruck

Sarah Hunter gives incredible interview after England’s defeat in the World Cup final

England Women head coach Simon Midldeton has come under fire after he chose to replace his sides captain at half-time of the World Cup final.

Inspirational leader Sarah Hunter was withdrawn at the break, leaving both fans and former players baffled.

England’s World Cup-winning flanker Lewis Moody wrote: “Baffled why @EnglandRugby have taken their captain off at half time. I hope it’s not a costly decision,”

One fan wrote: “In craziest decisions in rugby history, taking Sarah Hunter off at half time of a final is right uo there. Would be like taking Dallaglio off in a final.”

“Wrong decision to take Sarah Hunter off, could be decisive,” commented another.

After the game, Hunter gave an amazing interview full of passion.

Sarah Hunter interview:

“The class from the words of your captain Sarah Hunter was and is inspiring,” wrote one fan.

A second commented: “What amazing women! Thank you for being so brilliant! Inspiring not only women and girls in England but everywhere,”

Sarah Hunter, what a captain. Brilliant words so soon after the final whistle. A brilliant ambassador for the sport.”

Off-pitch lives and loves of England’s Red Roses after Rugby World Cup defeat

England’s Red Roses have captured the hearts of the nation after reaching the Rugby World Cup final in New Zealand.

We take a look at the loved ones who will help the players to recover following the cruel defeat.

#1. Sarah Hunter’s boyfriend Nathan Smith

She has more than 120 caps for England and played in the victorious World Cup squad in 2014.

She is currently captaining England women in New Zealand. Hunter lives with her boyfriend, Nathan Smith, near Loughborough He is a coach at Doncaster Knights rugby club. 

#2. Jess Breach’s boyfriend Archie White

Her partner is Archie White, who plays flanker for the Harlequins men’s side.