Where the England stars humiliated by Wales at World Cup 2015 are now with five never winning another cap

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England’s embarrassing 2015 Rugby World Cup defeat to Wales was one of the lowest moments in the national team’s long history – and there have certainly been a few. Gareth Davies’s late try from Lloyd Williams’ brilliant cross-field kick and 23 points from Dan Biggar’s unblemished boot sealed victory. This is a devastating loss for England, for whom Owen Farrell kicked 20 points. Jonny May scored a first-half try for the hosts, who turned down a tricky late shot at goal and paid the price. First thing’s first, the manager did not last long. In fact, Stuart Lancaster left the role immediately following the World Cup. Find out where all of the players are now. BACK-THREE: Mike Brown: Without a club following his release from Newcastle Falcons. Anthony Watson: Recently moved to Leicester Tigers as he looks to put his injury woes behind him and bid for a place in Eddie Jones’ 2023 World Cup final. Jonny May: Now England’s second top try-scorer, May left Gloucester for Leicester before returning to Kingsholm last year Anthony Watson of England chats to Mike Brown of England – Photo mandatory by-line: Dean Lancaster/Pinnacle – Tel: +44(0)1363 881025 – Mobile:0797 1270 681 – VAT Reg No: 183700120 – 26/09/2015 – SPORT – RUGBY UNION – RUGBY WORLD CUP 2015 – POOL A Match 16 – England v Wales- Twickenham Stadium, London, England. CENTRES: Brad Barriitt: Hung up his boots in 2020 and is now a managing director back In South Africa. He is also the co-founder of coffee brand Tiki Tonga. Sam Burgess: Never played rugby union again, clearing back off to rugby league before hanging up his boots to head into coaching. Sam Burgess of England tackled by Taulupe Faletau of Wales – Photo mandatory by-line: Dean Lancaster/Pinnacle – Tel: +44(0)1363 881025 – Mobile:0797 1270 681 – VAT Reg No: 183700120 – 26/09/2015 – SPORT – RUGBY UNION – RUGBY WORLD CUP 2015 – POOL A Match 16 – England v Wales- Twickenham Stadium, London, England. CONTINUES ON PAGE 2 The post Where the England stars humiliated by Wales at World Cup 2015 are now with five never winning another cap appeared first on Ruck.

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