Wales’ 21-13 victory over England in the Guinness Six Nations has put Warren Gatland’s side on the road to a potential Grand Slam with matches against Scotland at Murrayfield and Ireland at the Principality Stadium the only thing standing in their way.
Without a doubt, today’s clash in Cardiff was the best match of this year’s competition as both teams produced incredibly physical performances in a keenly fought Test match.
In the end, Wales’ dominant possession and territory eventually told against a tired English defence as they scored two late second-half tries to seal the win.
However, it will be the second of those just two minutes from time which will live long in the memory.
From a scrum inside the England 22, Wales won a penalty and with the advantage, the ball was spread to Dan Biggar who put in an excellent cross-field kick for Josh Adams.
Adams rose above Elliot Daly to claim the ball but just as it appeared that the winger was about to lose control, he reclaimed the ball and reached over the line despite the late efforts of Joe Cokanasiga.
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— Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) February 23, 2019