Lomu critical of England all-black shirt
- From the section Rugby Union
Former New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu criticises England's choice of an all-black kit which they will wear in some matches during the Rugby World Cup. Lomu believes England will "disrepect their own legacy" by changing from their famous all-white shirt.
England's new strip is the same colour as New Zealand's 127-year-old All Black jersey and the Rugby Football Union confirmed it will be worn in their opening match against Argentina, to the displeasure of many Kiwi fans, including Prime Minister John Key.
Lomu believes England will "disrepect their own legacy" by changing from their famous all-white shirt. The man who played 63 times for his country also assesses England's chances and those of the other home nations in the tournament, which starts in September.