PIC: It Looks Like Twickenham Are Preparing For Johnny Sexton With This Graphics Test
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In the pocket.
Ireland and England are set to clash at Twickenham tomorrow in a mammoth Six Nations round five clash, with the former chasing a first Grand Slam in nearly a decade.
Eddie Jones’ men cannot with the Championship, with Ireland already crowned champions. But that doesn’t mean they won’t be out to spoil the Irish party on St Patrick’s day of all days.
Joe Schmidt’s side would not be in the position they are today if it were not for the miraculous boot of talisman Johnny Sexton on the opening day. With the clock in red, and Ireland having barged their way up the field after 40 odd phases, Sexton launched a drop goal over the bar from 40+ metres to snatch victory from France.
Ireland won their last Grand Slam against Wales back in 2009 in similar circumstances, that time thanks to the boot of the legendary Ronan O’Gara. And it seems the lads at Twickenham are already preparing for a grandstand finish tomorrow.
Check out the graphics test below. Will we see this flash up tomorrow?
Twickenham testing its graphics for tomorrow. No pressure Johnny pic.twitter.com/MoKJ5IAMF4
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) March 16, 2018