Wales winger Shane Williams says his try against Samoa was one of the most important he's ever scored
Wales winger Shane Williams said his decisive score in the 17-10 victory over Samoa was "one of the most important tries I've ever scored".
The Welsh were given a stern examination by a talented Samoa team, who went into the break 10-6 up. But Williams' second-half try ultimately proved the difference between the two sides, and puts Wales in pole position to secure a quarter-final spot.
Williams told ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke: "It was a very important time to score the try. It was probably not the most spectacular try I've ever scored, but in the context of things it was one of the most important tries I've ever scored."
Williams also paid tribute to his side's opponents.
He said: "They are a class outfit and we struggled with them at the breakdown.
"we made far too many mistakes and it kept Samoa in the game. They played some good rugby themselves and kept the ball far better than we did, went through the phases better and camped on our line several times.
"In fairness, they'll be disappointed to have lost that one."
Watch the full interview with Shane Williams and Sam Warburton above