Hosts Japan pulled off one of the biggest shocks in rugby history as they came from 12-0 down to defeat Ireland 19-12 at the Rugby World Cup. Gary Ringrose and Rob Kearney scored early first-half tries for Ireland, who looked set to stroll to another win. However, the number two ranked side in the world were unable to push on as Yu Tamura kicked three penalties to cut the lead to 12-9 at half-time. Kenki Fukuoka then scored one of the most famous tries of all time to put Japan into the lead and a Tamura penalty extended it. The hosts then held on for a famous victory. This was certainly a huge shock but how does it compare to other great sporting wins by underdogs? We’ve taken a look at some other notable upset wins, how do you think Japan’s victory compares to these?