Gibbs stuns England at Wembley
April 11, 1900
Wales' Scott Gibbs is swamped by his team mates after scoring the match-winning try against England at Wembley in 1999 © Getty Images
England had been on-course to claim the Championship and Grand Slam with vitory over Wales, but Gibbs' try handed the tournament to Scotland on points difference after they had defeated France 36-22 in Paris on the previous afternoon.
Winger Christian Darrouy crossed for a brace of tries while Michel Arnaudet, skipper Michel Crauste, Andre Herrero and Murice Lira also scored against an Ireland side led by Willie-John McBride and featuring Mike Gibson at fly-half.
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