Rob Andrew looks back at England's best six games from the 90's - a magnificent tribute to England's golden era.
5th December 1998 - England 13-7 South Africa: This was a famous England victory. Not just because it brought to an end an extraordinary run of wins for a superb South African side but also because it gave Clive Woodward and his young charges their first taste of southern hemisphere blood. A hard fought match, but a Jeremy Guscott converted try and two Matt Dawson penalties set up a famous victory.
6th December 1997 - England 26-26 New Zealand: After the humiliation of Lomu and the 1995 Rugby World Cup semi-final no one gave England a chance as they took on nearly the same side at Twickenham. However, an epic end to end game and a trio of England tries from Dallaglio, Hill and Rees very nearly saw England beat the All Blacks. A sensational game of rugby.
11th June 1995 - Australia 22-25 England: One of the most famous matches in England's rugby history and a match no one will forget. It was a massive stage, the quarter-final of the Rugby World Cup from Cape Town and, at 22-22 with seconds remaining, Rob Andrew was set up for a long-range drop goal attempt...
4th June 1994 - South Africa 15-32 England: After crashing to four defeats in the initial five matches of their 1994 tour of South Africa, the odds of England pulling off a victory in the first Test looked unlikely in the extreme. In Pretoria on June 4th, however, England produced arguably their finest passage of rugby in their 124 year history to blow the Springboks apart. Set up by tries from Ben Clarke and Rob Andrew, the tourists were 20-0 up within 16 minutes and South Africa were destroyed. England's fly-half Rob Andrew went into the record books that day with his personal haul of 27 points, at the time the highest individual return in England's Test history.
7th March 1992 - England 24-0 Wales: A spectacular achievement from Will Carling and his men as England secured back to back Grand Slams for the first time in their history. Tries from Carling, Skinner and Dooley destroyed the Welsh in spectacular fashion. England went on to record their 3rd Grand Slam success this decade in 1995 by defeating Scotland 24-12, and as a bonus all Rob Andrew's points (7 penalties and a drop goal) are included in this programme.
16th March 1991 - England 21-19 France: Twickenham had never seen celebrations like it as England held on to secure their first Grand Slam since 1980 in the tightest of games. Rory Underwood scored England's sole try but the match will also be remembered for Philippe Saint Andre's incredible try, set up from under his own posts by Serge Blanco.
Introduced by Rob Andrew here are the highlights from six of England's greatest matches of the 1990's.>!!