The USA’s match against the Wallabies at Soldier Stadium in Chicago was a great spectacle to help grow the sport of rugby in the States, and the occasion delivered on the score-sheet.
Australia did run in 47-10 winners, but the hosts did hit back with a brilliant try, showing that the Americans aren’t afraid to run at the bigger nations.
It happened on the half hour mark when Takudzwa Ngwenya (who famously rounded Bryan Habana in the 2007 Rugby World Cup) found himself in space down the right.
The Zimbabwe-born right wing carved open a hole and offloaded to the supporting scrumhalf Mike Petri who touched down.
Check out the try below: