In a former life, Jonny May’s try against Italy in the Six Nations on Saturday would have been the first topic of post-match discussions in pubs all across England.
The first thing to enjoy was the fact that, in the millisecond before he jumped, it looked as though there was no way through.
Then it was all about the leap – surely of Olympic high jump proportions – and the slow-motion replay showing Italy wing Luca Sperandio’s arms closing on thin air.
And then came the touchdown, May showing the athletic prowess of the NFL’s finest as he managed to get the ball on the floor before his legs landed in touch.
It was an acrobatic moment that should be replayed on the big screen when fans are eventually allowed to return to Twickenham.
A moment that makes you forget you are locked down and any post-match chat can only take place virtually.
But that’s all it was – just a moment.
A 41-18 victory against Italy is a respectable enough result but – even though it was the visitors’ Monty Ioane who…
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