Greenwood's Favourite 5: Brilliant Best and stick to the wing Jonny!
Last Updated: 28/11/16 4:52pm
Will Greenwood has selected his favourite moments from an exciting weekend of rugby including Rory Best winning his 100th cap, Jonny May getting stuck in at the scrum and Chris Robshaw making a young fans day.
Rory Best has certainly done his chances of skippering the 2017 British and Irish Lions a world of good after a fantastic six months. Best has led Ireland to wins over South Africa, New Zealand and - in his 100th Test game - Australia with a thrilling 27-24 win in Dublin.
To say that Australia got off to a slow start is an understatement - they didn't see the ball for most of the first half but still almost won the game in the end.
A key man in the Wallabies fightback was Tevita Kuridrani, who scored their second try and is on track to emulate the great Mark Ella.
Way back in 1984, Ella scored a try in every Test match as Australia beat England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland on their 'Grand Slam' tour.
The loss to Ireland may have put an end to their Grand Slam hopes but with tries against Wales, Scotland, France and Ireland, a try against England this Saturday will put him some real rugby royalty company.
England made it 13 wins in a row with their 27-14 win over Argentina, despite playing with 14 men after Elliot Daly was red-carded for a dangerous tackle.
Winger Jonny May scored a cracking try but it was his other work that caught the attention - especially his stint on the side of the scrum where he seemed to be a bit confused about where to stick his head!
Also making the grade this week is Chris Robshaw's selfless act that made a young fans day and France scrum-half Baptiste Serin putting in an audacious behind-the-back pass for Louis Picamoles to go over and score.
Click on the video to watch Will's favourite five moments