"Still got it" - Jonny Wilkinson reacts hilariously to brilliant Owen Farrell tackle - Ruck

“Still got it” – Jonny Wilkinson reacts hilariously to brilliant Owen Farrell tackle

England legend Jonny Wilkinson shows a young Owen Farrell he was still the top dog back in 2013.

Toulon won 24-12 at Twickenham in 2013, booking their place in the final of the Champions Cup.

Wilkinson was a clear winner in the battle of the boot, as he kicked seven penalties and an excellent drop-goal to get the better of young Owen Farrell.

One fan commented: “Wilko such a class act, he was probably the most loved English player outside of England.”

“What a nice touch of humility and class, consoling the younger fly half – you would never see anything like this from a footballer,” another added.

A third commented: “Possibly one of the best moments in World Rugby, 2 of the worlds greatest ever fly halfs, humble Wilkinson vs arrogant Farrell that image of them both looking at the ball as it flew over the posts is iconic!”

Jonny Wilkinson facts: 8 things you didn’t know about the England legend

Being one of the most popular players on the globe is likely to generate an incredible fan-base globally, but we are fairly confident that there are some aspects of Jonny Wilkinson’s life and career you are not familiar with.

Jonny Wilkinson facts:

1. Sporting family

Wilkinson’s brother, Mark, was also a Newcastle player who made 16 appearances in the Premiership for the side between 2002 and 2005, predominantly as a centre. His father, Phil, was a rugby player and cricketer, and his mother, Philippa, played squash at county level.  His grandfather, Phil, also played football for Norwich.

2. Where does he live now?

“Berkshire, with my wife, Shelley, and our toddler. We’re fortunate to live in a lovely house in a great area surrounded by nice people, but we’re leaning towards moving somewhere more rural as we both love the outdoors, nature and space. We enjoy going for long walks. Windsor Great Park is a joy.”

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