The research found 81% plan on tuning in to this year’s World Cup – with just 15% predicting England to come out on top
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The most memorable Rugby World Cup moment of all time is Jonny Wilkinson’s drop goal winner in the last seconds of the final in 2003, according to a poll.
Jonah Lomu steamrolling England with four tries in 1995 came second in the vote by 1,500 fans, followed by England’s reaction to the All Black’s haka in 2019. Japan shocking the world by beating South Africa in 2015, and Nelson Mandela handing Francois Pienaar the Webb Ellis cup back in 1995 rounded out the top five.
The research found 81% plan on tuning in to this year’s World Cup – with just 15% predicting England to come out on top. The research was commissioned by Lottoland.co.uk ahead of the start of the Rugby World Cup.
Its spokesperson said: “The Rugby World Cup has had its share of memorable moments down the years. Our research shows just how far back its history now goes, with many of the top moments harking back to the early 90s, not long after the tournament was created.
“But it’s no surprise – and totally deserved – that Jonny’s iconic drop goal is what’s come out on top. We’d bet that
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