He was IMPOSSIBLE to stop! | Jonah Lomu

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On Jonah Lomu’s anniversary we look back at the Rugby World Cup career of a legend. The All Blacks back was impossible to stop at times, here we countdown his 10 best tries from an illustrious career.

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Jonah Tali Lomu MNZM was a New Zealand rugby union player. He became the youngest ever All Black when he played his first international in 1994 at the age of 19 years and 45 days. Playing on the wing Lomu finished his international career with 63 caps and 37 tries.

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