Jonah Lomu: 'He truly is an all-time great', says Ojomoh
Former England flanker Steve Ojomoh speaks to BBC Points West about his admiration for New Zealand winger Jonah Lomu, who died on Wednesday aged 40.
Ojomoh, formerly of Bath and Gloucester, was capped 12 times by his country and was on the bench when Lomu scored an iconic try during the All Blacks' 45-29 win over England in the 1995 World Cup semi-final.
"That word (legend) is overused, but he was the first true superstar of the game and he will be truly missed," said 45-year-old Ojomoh.
"He was just unstoppable on the day. He changed the sport and changed everything into becoming a professional sport. He truly is an all-time great."