Paul Sackey try for England vs Tonga in the 2007 World Cup in Paris. A clever cross-field kick from Jonny Wilkinson and a superb catch from Sackey resulted in a TMO decision in his favour.
RANKED | The 5 fastest England players of all-time
One of the questions every fan asks is who’s the fastest England player of all-time? Check out the top 5 ranked below…
5. RORY UNDERWOOD – England – 11.5 SECONDS (100m)
The speedster on the double Grand Slam-winning side of the early 1990s as well as England’s highest try scorer, with 49, and a player of undeniable attacking class. Many of his tries for England are classics of the game.The RAF fighter pilot was as quick on the ground as he was in the air.