The weekend delivered some big moments from the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and while there were plenty of 5-pointers throughout the big clashes, we’ve picked the seven best below for your viewing pleasure:
Ireland trump France to top Pool D – Irish scrumhalf Connor Murray all but sealed victory for his side as he used his knowledge of the game to score a try at the base of the post.
Tommaso Allan’s incredible pace to score – Italy flyhalf Tommaso Allan showed some great speed to cut through the Romanian defence and score an impressive try for the Azzuri.
The Pumas’ speed and skill against Namibia – Matias Moroni carved open Namibia to set up Juan Martin Hernandez and open the scoring for Argentina against Namibia.
Watson’s unbelievable finish – Anthony Watson scored his seventh international try to get England on the board in their Pool A match against Uruguay.
Pisi’s power to score in the corner – Tusi Pisi just avoided touch as he put Samoa ahead against Scotland in the RWC Pool B clash.
Smith nabs his 20th – New Zealand’s Ben Smith finished off a fine team move to score his 20th test try and break the deadlock against Tonga.
Nonu’s try on his 100th Test – Ma’a Nonu, appearing for New Zealand for the 100th time, finished off a fine team move to compound Tonga’s misery.