Billy Vunipola shared a wonderful Instagram post after the massive hit he took against Tonga in England’s World Cup opener.
Meanwhile, Scotland stars Hamish Watson and Ali Price put out classy tweets after it was confirmed their World Cups are over, due to injury.
Short lived but incredibly proud to have made the field at a World Cup. Gutting now but I’ll be all good – looking forward to supporting the boys for the rest of the tournament and getting myself back on the field for Glasgow.
— Ali Price (@AlistairPrice) September 24, 2019
Absolutely gutted to have my World Cup cut so short. I believe in the boys and know they will bounce back. Thanks to Japan for being such a great host nation. I loved my two weeks in your amazing country. pic.twitter.com/OKBVEIH0Oc
— Hamish Watson (@hamishwatson7) September 24, 2019
They weren’t the only Scotland player active on social media as Stuart Hogg took time out to apologise for his sides underwhelming performance in their loss against Ireland.
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@faiz_azizan Asalamualiakum brother, please forgive me for the misunderstanding. I was sent the photo that already had your name cropped out, if I’d known before I posted I would’ve tagged you As you captured a beautiful moment. @instagram apologies also A little bit of Sabr(patience) goes along way.
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