Jonah Lomu: Can you name every international team the All Blacks great scored against?

Adam Kyriacou

Arguably rugby’s greatest player who helped put the sport on the map, Jonah Lomu is an All Blacks legend who scored 37 tries in his international career.

He made his New Zealand debut in June 1994 as a fresh-faced teenager against France and one year later the wing would set the game alight on a global stage.

During his career in the Test arena Lomu terrorised defences with his speed and power and he won 73 caps which, but for injury, would have been a lot more.

He scored against nine international teams in total, with his first coming in 1995 and last arriving in 2002, with kidney problems impacting on his career.

Sadly Lomu passed away in 2015 but his legend will live on forever as a player who brought rugby union to many households after the 1995 World Cup.

We want to test your knowledge on his All Blacks career and have given you two minutes on the clock to name the nations he scored against. Good luck.