Jeremy Guscott burst onto the international platform with a hat-trick on his England debut. In partnership with Will Carling at the centre of England's midfield, he helped his country to three Grand Slams, but will perhaps be best remembered for his drop goal that secured victory for the British Lions on their 1997 tour of South Africa. With a burgeoning career as a TV presenter, Guscott's appeal extends beyond the rugby world. This revealing autobiography tells the story not just of the highs, but of the tension of facing a prison sentence during a trial for a road rage, for which he was eventually cleared.
Jeremy Guscott won 65 caps for England and 8 caps for the British Lions between 1989 and 1999. His 30 tries for England is a record exceeded only by Rory Underwood. He played for Bath throughout his career. He retired from rugby at the end of the 2000-01 season to develop his career in broadcasting.