The All Blacks have won an astonishing 76% of all the tests they've played since their first in 1903
June 1995. I was in Ahmedabad, where the outside temperature was hot enough to fry fafda and a dry, dusty wind blew across barren plots. It was an unreal setting to watch rugby, which in India is a monsoon sport. What was happening on the screen was as unreal—there was a 20-year-old man causing havoc on the field in a world cup semi-final. Jonah Lomu, the All Blacks’ wing, had already shaken up the tournament with his phenomenal strength and speed but here, against England, he took brute force to another level.