Shane Williams is a Welsh rugby union player Who Appeared 87 times for the national team Wales from 2000 to 2011.  Playing Exclusively as a wing for Wales, Williams Scored 58 tries , The Most for Any International Wales and 18 more Than second-placed Gareth Thomas .  Williams also made four appearances for the British and Irish Lions , three as a wing and one as a center .  In those appearances, Williams scored two tries, both during the Lions’ Victory over South Africa on the 2009 tour(a match in which Williams was on the wing).  At his retirement, Williams’ 60 international tries placed him on the world all-time list , trai Daisuke Ohata of Japan and David Campese of Australia ; He now stands fourth, with South Africa’s Bryan Habana having surpassed Williams and Campese for second.  Daisuke Ohata of Japanand David Campese of Australia ; He now stands fourth, with South Africa’s Bryan Habana having surpassed Williams and Campese for second.  Daisuke Ohata of Japan and David Campese of Australia ; He now stands fourth, with South Africa’s Bryan Habana having surpassed Williams and Campese for second. 
Williams made his international debut on 5 February 2000 against France in the opening round of the 2000 Six Nations Championship at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff . His first try for Wales, in the next round of the Six Nations against Italy , also at Millennium Stadium.  Williams would go on to score tries in the 2003 , 2007 and 2011 editions of the World Cup. His final try for Wales came to the end of his international career, as he scored on the final play of his last test on 3 December 2011 against Australia at Millennium Stadium. 
His final try Was His 28th at the Millennium Stadium, surpassing Rory Underwood of England , with 27 at Twickenham , Scored For the most tries by a player from one of the “Tier 1” nations at a single ground. Among players from all nations, Williams is level with Ohata, who scored 28 tries at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo . 
Williams boasts many other important records, both for Wales and internationally. His 30 tries away from His home country (Including Those at neutral websites) Were the MOST for Any Player in history at the time de son retirement,  though since beens HAS That record broken by Habana.  He leads Wales in tries at home (30), away (21), on neutral ground (7), and in the Rugby World Cup (10).  Williams was most prolific against Italy, Japan and Scotland , scoring 9 tries against each team; He retired with the record for most nations by an opposing player against each of these nations.  He also retired with the most tries by any European player against both Australia (6) and South Africa (5). All de son tries Against the Springboks Were On South African soil, qui de son at the time retirement _him_ tied with New Zealanders Christian Cullen and Joe Rokocoko For the most overall.  Finally, his 6 tries against Argentina left him level with France’s Serge Blanco and Emile Ntamack for the most by a European player.  His 6 tries against Argentina left him level with France’s Serge Blanco and Emile Ntamack for the most by a European player.  His 6 tries against Argentina left him level with France’s Serge Blanco and Emile Ntamack for the most by a European player. 
Williams has scored multiple tries in a single international on 14 occasions, including two hat-tricks . The first of these was a four-effort effort against Japan at Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium in Osaka during a 2001 Wales tour.  The second was against Argentina at Vélez Sársfield in Buenos Aires during Wales’ 2004 tour.  Williams scored tries against 15 countries, including all of the “Tier 1” nations. 
- Won denotes that the match was won by the side Williams was playing for.
- Lost Denotes que le match Was Lost by the side Was playing for Williams.
- Draw denotes that the match was drawn.
- Tries 47 and 48 were scored during the British and Irish Lions.
|1||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||19 February 2000||Won|
|2||Scotland||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||18 March 2000||Won|
|3||Scotland||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||18 March 2000||Won|
|4||samoa||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||11 November 2000||Won|
|5||samoa||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||11 November 2000||Won|
|6||japan||Osaka||Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium||Test Match||10 June 2001||Won|
|7||japan||Osaka||Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium||Test Match||10 June 2001||Won|
|8||japan||Osaka||Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium||Test Match||10 June 2001||Won|
|9||japan||Osaka||Kintetsu Hanazono Rugby Stadium||Test Match||10 June 2001||Won|
|10||japan||Tokyo||Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium||Test Match||17 June 2001||Won|
|11||romania||Wrexham||Racecourse Ground||Test Match||27 August 2003||Won|
|12||romania||Wrexham||Racecourse Ground||Test Match||27 August 2003||Won|
|13||New Zealand||Sydney||Stadium Australia||Rugby World Cup||2 November 2003||Lost|
|14||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||27 March 2004||Won|
|15||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||27 March 2004||Won|
|16||argentina||Buenos Aires||Vélez Sársfield||Test Match||19 June 2004||Won|
|17||argentina||Buenos Aires||Vélez Sársfield||Test Match||19 June 2004||Won|
|18||argentina||Buenos Aires||Vélez Sársfield||Test Match||19 June 2004||Won|
|19||South Africa||Pretoria||Loftus Versfeld||Test Match||26 June 2004||Lost|
|20||japan||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||26 November 2004||Won|
|21||japan||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||26 November 2004||Won|
|22||England||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||5 February 2005||Won|
|23||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||12 February 2005||Won|
|24||Scotland||Edinburgh||Murrayfield||Six Nations||13 March 2005||Won|
|25||australia||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||26 November 2005||Won|
|26||argentina||Buenos Aires||Vélez Sársfield||Test Match||17 June 2006||Lost|
|27||australia||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||4 November 2006||Draw|
|28||Canada||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||17 November 2006||Won|
|29||italy||Rome||Stadio Flaminio||Six Nations||10 March 2007||Won|
|30||Canada||Nantes||Stadium of the Beaujoire||Rugby World Cup||9 September 2007||Won|
|31||Canada||Nantes||Stadium of the Beaujoire||Rugby World Cup||9 September 2007||Won|
|32||australia||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Rugby World Cup||15 September 2007||Lost|
|33||japan||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Rugby World Cup||20 September 2007||Won|
|34||japan||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Rugby World Cup||20 September 2007||Won|
|35||fiji||Nantes||Stadium of the Beaujoire||Rugby World Cup||9 September 2007||Lost|
|36||Scotland||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||9 February 2008||Won|
|37||Scotland||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||9 February 2008||Won|
|38||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||23 February 2008||Won|
|39||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||23 February 2008||Won|
|40||ireland||Dublin||Croke Park||Six Nations||8 March 2008||Won|
|41||la France||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||15 March 2008||Won|
|42||South Africa||Bloemfontein||Vodacom Park||Prince William Cup||7 June 2008||Lost|
|43||South Africa||Pretoria||Loftus Versfeld||Prince William Cup||14 June 2008||Lost|
|44||australia||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||James Bevan Trophy||29 November 2008||Won|
|45||Scotland||Edinburgh||Murrayfield||Six Nations||8 February 2009||Won|
|46||italy||Rome||Stadio Flaminio||Six Nations||14 March 2009||Won|
|47||South Africa||Johannesburg||Coca-Cola Park||Test Match||4 July 2009||Won|
|48||South Africa||Johannesburg||Coca-Cola Park||Test Match||4 July 2009||Won|
|49||argentina||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||21 November 2009||Won|
|50||argentina||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Test Match||21 November 2009||Won|
|51||Scotland||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||13 February 2010||Won|
|52||la France||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||26 February 2010||Won|
|53||italy||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||Six Nations||20 March 2010||Won|
|54||Scotland||Edinburgh||Murrayfield||Six Nations||12 February 2011||Won|
|55||Scotland||Edinburgh||Murrayfield||Six Nations||12 February 2011||Won|
|56||England||London||Twickenham||Test Match||6 August 2011||Lost|
|57||samoa||Hamilton||Waikato Stadium||Rugby World Cup||18 September 2011||Won|
|58||ireland||Wellington||Wellington Regional Stadium||Rugby World Cup||8 October 2011||Won|
|59||australia||Auckland||Eden Park||Rugby World Cup||21 October 2011||Lost|
|60||australia||Cardiff||Millennium Stadium||James Bevan Trophy||3 December 2011||Lost|
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