13 Dec '11, 12am

England flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson retires from international rugby after 13-year test career

England flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson retires from international rugby after 13-year test career

England's Jonny Wilkinson lines up a penalty attempt during their Rugby World Cup Pool B match against Scotland at Eden Park in Auckland Oct 1, 2011. -- PHOTO: REUTERS LONDON (AP) - Jonny Wilkinson, England's World Cup-winning flyhalf in 2003, retired from international rugby on Monday to end a stellar 13-year test career in which he established himself as one of the greatest placekickers in the sport's history. Widely regarded as rugby's ultimate professional, the 32-year-old Wilkinson scored 1,246 test points - a total that is second only to New Zealand No. 10 Dan Carter - in 91 tests with England and six with the British & Irish Lions. He acquired legendary status in England eight years ago by kicking the winning drop goal in the 20-17 extra-time victory over Australia in Sydney, at the end of a tournament in which he carried the team through to the final with his metro...

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