USA used every trick in the book to try and prevent their opponents from scoring as England booked World Cup semi-final spot
CAPTAIN Sarah Hunter showed more than she bargained for during England’s World Cup win over USA.
The 31-year-old bared all as she played a crucial part in Marlie Packer’s second try of the night.
Driving towards the try line, it appeared the only way to stop her was by yanking down her shorts.
With all on show, including a small black thong, Hunter wasn’t deterred as she barrelled through the USA defence.
And despite showing her backside on national TV she would not have cared as England stormed into a 28-0 lead.
As expected, eagle-eyed viewers quickly took to Twitter to share the joke.
One viewer wrote: “Last time I saw a moon like that Neil Armstrong was walking on it… sorry couldn’t resist.”
Another was more sympathetic towards Hunter by saying: “Poor old Sarah Hunter having her shorts pulled down.”
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One person wrote: “Was that your thong on full view?!”
England booked their semi-final place with the 47-26 win as they plot to retain their trophy.
The Red Rose will now play the winners of Ireland and France.