Jonah Lomu amassed 37 international tries during his illustrious career. We take a look at some of his best moments in the All Black jersey…
Lomu seemed to have an appetite for England. Here he is bouncing off English prop Phil Vickery during another destructive run.
The former All Black also rather fittingly scored the winning try in what is often referred to as the 'greatest game of rugby ever played'. It would be hard to argue with the 109 874 strong crowd in Sydney.
Though he was not impossible to put down, as Ireland’s Peter Stringer shows with a textbook bootlace tackle.
Lomu was no slouch of defence either, often putting in huge hits that lead to turnovers.
Lomu was not just a barnstorming runner, as we see his slick handling here when he combines with Jeff Wilson.
While this was’t a try, it is a great example of how difficult Lomu was to put down once he got up to speed.