Jonny May’s individual tries against France moved him into the top five all-time leading try scorers for England.
Leicester Tigers wing May has 53 caps after making his debut on England’s summer tour of Argentina in 2013 and his two scores on Sunday took him to 29 international tries in total.
England were trailing 24-0 when May grabbed his opening score, receiving the ball on the French 10-metre line, chipping ahead and winning the chase to the touch down.
Tough game yesterday. Lots to learn and improve on. Big week ahead. 🌹 pic.twitter.com/noBavyxsJm— Jonny May (@J0nnyMay) February 3, 2020
His second was another individual display, collecting the ball just inside the France half before using his pace to cut inside and sear through their defence to dive over behind the posts.
That score moved May ahead of Jason Robinson (28) on the list of England’s leading try scorers.
The four men ahead of him now are Jeremy Guscott (30), Will Greenwood and Ben Cohen (31) and Tigers legend Rory Underwood who still holds the record with 49 tries.
You can watch live coverage of Scotland v England this Saturday (February 8, 4.45pm) at our next Kegs and Eggs event in The Clubhouse at Welford Road.
Entry is £5 per person and your ticket includes a FREE burger, which is redeemable on arrival. Ireland v Wales – in the day’s early kick-off – will also be shown, while The Clubhouse bar will be open to purchase refreshments throughout both matches.