WATCH: Incredible Fan Footage of Josh Adam’s Miraculous Try Against England
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What a catch.
Tries from Cory Hill and winger Josh Adams inside the final 12 minutes ensured Wales kept their Six Nations Grand Slam hopes alive and ended those of England with a 21-13 victory at the Principality Stadium this evening.
The victory also created history as Wales racked up 12 successive Test wins for the first time ever. A converted Tom Curry try, plus two Owen Farrell penalties, looked like it might be enough for England to get over the line – but Gatland’s men didn’t give up and changed the game in the second-half.
WHAT A BLOODY TRY!
— Virgin Media Sport (@VMSportIE) February 23, 2019
Hill’s effort looked to be enough, but the men in red weren’t done their as Hill plucked a Dan Biggar kick out of the air with some insane acrobatic handling skills to deny England even a losing bonus-point.
The winger’s try was captured from the stand by none other than Wales rugby legend Scott Quinnell and the scenes are as spectacular as you’d think at the Principality.