Jonny May’s two tries against France last weekend saw him move into the top five on the all-time England list.
May’s pair of touchdowns came during a disheartening Guinness Six Nations opener for Eddie Jones’ men, who trailed 24-0 prior to the Leicester wing’s intervention – ultimately losing 24-17.
Having overtaken Jason Robinson to go fifth in terms of England try scorers, May could continue to soar up that list if he maintains his form over the course of the championship.
1. Rory Underwood – 49 tries
=2. Will Greenwood – 31 tries
=2. Ben Cohen – 31 tries
4. Jeremy Guscott – 30 tries
5. Jonny May – 29 tries